Stephen Diggs played his college ball in Maryland, essentially right on the road from where the crows play in Baltimore.
Now one of the best recipients in the league, Diggs was transferred from numerous teams until the Vikings selected him at number 146 overall in the fifth round of the 2015 draft.
“We just missed it. We could have put it together so far and we haven’t, ”said Ravens head coach John Harbow through ESPN’s Jamieson Hensley. “I don’t remember the exact details of it, but it went wrong.”
The Ravens are far from the only team to feel that way about Diggs, who caught 150 passes for 2,227 yards with 14 touchdowns in his three years in Maryland. But Baltimore is the one to defend against him in the match after the season with the Bills this weekend.
“All the respect in the world for him as a player. He is definitely a factor, Harbo said. “I don’t mean ‘public enemy,’ but he’s Ravens’ number one enemy right now. He is a man we must keep a close eye on. “
Diggs caught six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown in last week’s win over the Colts.