Bills WR Stefon Diggs Named To Pro Bowl, Replaces Browns’ Amari Cooper

Stefon Diggs has made the Pro Bowl in each of his four seasons with the Buffalo Bills.




For the fourth time in as many seasons with the Buffalo Bills, receiver Stefon Diggs was named to the Pro Bowl.


Diggs replaces Cleveland Browns receiver Amari Cooper, who won’t be able to participate due to an injury. Diggs is the third Bills player to make the Pro Bowl this season, joining left tackle Dion Dawkins and running back James Cook.



With a fourth straight Pro Bowl appearance, Diggs became the second receiver in Bills history to accomplish the feat four or more times. Bills Hall-of-Fame receiver Andre Reed made the Pro Bowl seven times in his 15 seasons (1985-1999) in Buffalo.


Diggs had 107 catches for 1,183 yards and eight touchdowns. His 107 catches are the third-most in Bills history and made him the fourth player in NFL history to have over 100 receptions in four straight seasons. He also became the first receiver in Bills history to have over 1,000 receiving yards in four consecutive seasons.



For his Bills career, Diggs has 44 catches for 5,372 yards and 37 touchdowns. Those totals already surpass his numbers from his five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings before he was traded to Buffalo in 2020.

The Pro Bowl takes place in Orlando next week.



Gideon Canice

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