The Buffalo Bills went through a lot of drama at minicamp this month and most of it revolved around Stefon Diggs.
The Bills receiver showed up to the team's practice facility for minicamp and he even met with coach Sean McDermott at one point,
but then he was a no-show for the team's first practice on June 13.
After Diggs missed the practice session, McDermott said he was "very concerned" about his absence.
In the end, Diggs did show up for practice on June 14 and after that session,
McDermott said everything was "resolved." However, that might not be the case.
Diggs is clearly upset about something and Robert Griffin III has a theory on what that something is.
According to the former NFL quarterback, who now works for ESPN, Diggs' biggest issue with the Bills right now is Josh Allen.
During a recent interview with Rich Eisen, RG3 said that there's a "personal thing" between Diggs and Allen.
"Him and Josh Allen seemed to have a bromance rolling, it felt like for years there,
until there was a problem with their game against the Bengals in the playoffs," RG3 said. "So, I think it's clear,
this is a personal thing between Josh and Diggs.
And they have to get their partnership back on the field, and that's part of playing quarterback.
I think Josh Allen's running into that right now. Everything is fine, until it's not fine in a relationship when it comes to a quarterback and a wide receiver like Diggs.
So Josh has to manage that relationship the right way and I think he's the only one that can rectify."
In the 27-10 playoff loss to the Bengals that Griffin is referring to, Diggs got 10 targets from Allen, which was the most by any player on either team.
However, it appears that Diggs was upset because Allen only targeted him once on a pivotal 10 play drive in the fourth quarter, leading to zero points after the Bills failed on fourth down.