Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs doesn't seem to be too attached to his current team.
Diggs, who expressed frustration with the Vikings in October prior to the NFL trade deadline, removed all Vikings content from his Instagram account on Tuesday night, leading people to believe that he's once again ready to move on from the team.
The only problem is that Diggs is still under contract with the team for four more years, and has about $48 million left on the contract that he signed just this past summer.
But if Diggs is indeed trying to force his way out, could he be a fit for the Jets?
Gang Green certainly has a need at receiver going into the offseason, with Robby Anderson heading for free agency and Quincy Enunwa facing questions about his health after multiple neck injuries. Jamison Crowder, who was the team's leading receiver with 78 catches for 833 years, will be back in the fold, but the Jets could still use more talent on the outside to go along with Crowder's play in the slot.
Back in October, SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported that the Vikings weren't ready to deal Diggs at the time, but could things be different this summer?
A league source told Vacchiano in October that it would likely cost "a first-round, plus" to acquire the 26-year-old. The question now is would the Jets be willing to take on Diggs' high cap number and give up that type of draft capital.
Diggs' numbers speak for themselves, as the former fifth-round pick out of Maryland has surpassed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the last two seasons. In 2019, he racked up 1,130 receiving yards, averaging 17.9 yards per catch, with six receiving touchdowns. For his career, he's totaled 4,623 yards to go along with 30 touchdowns.
So if the Vikings feel the same way and believe a parting of ways is what's best for the team and the receiver, Diggs would certainly be an intriguing option for the Jets.