Stefon Diggs recently signed an extension agreement with Buffalo Bills for four years for $104 million, including a $70 million guarantee

Both Bills and Diggs would like him to retire from Buffalo, and they have only two years remaining on his existing deals now The contract will run through 2027

The Bills acquired Diggs, 28, in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings in March 2020 in exchange for four draft picks, including a first-rounder

Since that trade, Diggs has put together two of the best seasons, including his first two Pro Bowl appearances

Diggs has ranked in the top 10 in the NFL in receptions; in a career of Seven-Year, Stefon Diggs has 595 receptions, 7,383 receiving yards, and 48 receiving touchdowns

Selected by the Vikings in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL draft, Diggs spent the first five seasons of his career in Minnesota

He later signed a five-year extension with the team in 2018 and has been vocal about enjoying being in Buffalo and his connection on the field with Allen

Stefon Diggs still had two years left under his current contract, and it was apparent as he was frustrated that other wide receivers were getting paid