AFC Notes: Bills, Jets, Patriots



  • Bills WR Stefon Diggs wrote on Twitter that he would be uncomfortable playing again during the pandemic: “But there’s so many unanswered questions with this upcoming season. I’d be lying if I said I was comfortable starting back up.”
  • Diggs added that he’s been training his “butt off” just trying to stay ready and prepared.
  • The Bills announced they hired Jason Sinnarajah a senior VP of business administration. 



  • Joel Corry of CBS Sports says the Patriots using the franchise tag on LG Joe Thuney wasn’t expected and that Thuney could potentially have become the NFL’s highest-paid interior offensive lineman had he hit the open market.
  • Corry explains any extension for Thuney would have to be enough to convince him to forego the opportunity to hit the free-agent market again in 2021. 
  • As of now, Eagles G Brandon Brooks is the highest-paid interior offensive lineman in the league at $14,137,500 per year.
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