Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs' future is uncertain as trade rumors intensify following his cryptic social media posts.

Buffalo's cap struggles and Diggs' declining production in the latter half of 2023 make a trade plausible.

Trading him post-June 1 would save the Bills $19M in cap space for 2024.

Three potential landing spots for Diggs are the Arizona Cardinals, who could use their fourth overall pick as leverage in a trade,

especially with ample cap space and the desire to return to playoff contention.

The Houston Texans, aiming to capitalize on quarterback C.J. Stroud's rookie-scale contract,

might seek Diggs to bolster their offense after showing interest in other receivers this offseason.

The New York Giants, led by former Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, have a history with Diggs 

and could utilize his talents effectively, potentially aiding a rookie quarterback's development.

Though Diggs may not replicate his Buffalo success with the Giants due to their quarterback situation, he could still be valuable.

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