Now officially a member of the Buffalo Bills, former Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs finally got his wish earlier this offseason as he was traded to upstate New York in exchange for a slew of future NFL Draft picks.

Although Diggs has yet to step foot on a field in a Bills uniform, it is no secret that his presence will immediately aid the team's offensive attack. It's one that is led by up-and-coming quarterback Josh Allen. On the other hand, the Vikings wasted no time in replacing Diggs upon selecting former LSU Tigers standout wide receiver Justin Jefferson in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

With both sides now seemingly happy with the eventual outcome, a recent report has since uncovered that the trade between the Vikings and Bills was triggered by one thing in particular.

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“What triggered the trade more was Diggs kind of ambiguously tweeting earlier that day about potentially going somewhere,” Ian Rapoport of recently said, via USA TODAY Sports. “What happens, as you know Mike, is when a player kind of brings up his own future and discusses maybe being traded, teams start calling and going, ‘Oh, could we trade for this guy?’ I know that the Buffalo Bills — I believe the Eagles were also a little bit kind of in the mix there — but the Bills were very serious about it, and it was more so them giving an offer the Vikings couldn’t refuse than the Vikings wanting to deal him.”

Both the Vikings and Bills reached the postseason in 2019 with each franchise looking to return to the playoffs for another chance at glory in 2020.