Stefon Diggs cashed in on two tremendous seasons with the Buffalo Bills. He became the missing piece to their offense and helped them reach the AFC Divisional Round in consecutive seasons. Now, he will be sticking around even longer after signing a $104 million extension with the Bills, the team with which he hopes to retire in the future.

With the Bills, Diggs’ production is among the very best in the whole NFL. The 28-year-old landed in Buffalo via trade from the Minnesota Vikings and immediately helped the Bills become one of the very best teams in the league. He also notched the first two Pro Bowls of his career. The match between player and team has been heavenly from the start and will continue for the next six years.

Diggs celebrated his extension with the classic scene from The Wolf of Wall Street where Jordan Belfort declares he isn’t leaving Buffalo.

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Josh Allen is thrilled for his star wide receiver, who helped him unlock his talents as a passer. The Bills became a great offense with the addition of the star wide receiver. Their passing game carried them last season, as their running game required a great season from Allen’s legs in order to stay afloat.

Buffalo is super close to breaking through to the Super Bowl behind the Allen-Diggs connection. After revamping the roster with Von Miller, DaQuan Jones and Tim Settle on defense while placing Jamison Crowder and O.J. Howard alongside Diggs. The AFC is becoming more competitive but the Bills remain one of the teams that the new powers are chasing.