Postgame update: Kim Jones is reporting Diggs’ foot injury is not believed to be serious, and the team does not think it will affect his availability going forward.
End of game update: Diggs returned to the Bills sideline for the closing moments of the game, per Matthew Fairburn. That doesn’t mean he’s good to go for next week, but it’s better than nothing for the time being. We’ll await more news on his foot.
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs was taken to the locker room with a foot injury late in a blowout of the Denver Broncos, per Sal Cappacio. The extent of the injury is unknown at this time, but it’s a tough one to be sure, as it apparently came with a huge lead in the fourth quarter.
Diggs had a phenomenal game prior to the injury. He caught 11 passes for 147 yards, and while he did not reach the end zone, he did set the franchise single-season record for receptions. He entered the game tied with Eric Moulds for the franchise record. Moulds had 100 catches in 2000.
The Bills did just wrap up the AFC East and a trip to the playoffs, so if Diggs needs rest, he should have plenty of time to get ready for the playoffs.