Trevon Diggs, the star cornerback of the Dallas Cowboys, recently spoke to the media for the first time since undergoing knee surgery for a torn ACL sustained during practice ahead of Week 3 against the Arizona Cardinals. Despite facing this challenging setback, Diggs maintains a positive outlook, emphasizing that everything happens for a reason and that he trusts in God’s plan to guide him through tough times.
Diggs expressed his determination to come back even stronger and faster, noting that it’s 2023, and there are advanced technologies and treatments available to aid in his recovery. Despite the injury, he remains unwavering in his belief that he will overcome this obstacle.
Before his injury, Diggs had a fantastic start to the season, with an interception and a forced fumble in the first two games, significantly contributing to the Cowboys’ defense.
In Diggs’ absence, second-year cornerback DaRon Bland has stepped up and made a significant impact. Bland has been a standout player in the league, with three interceptions, all returned for touchdowns. He has allowed only six receptions and boasts a passer rating of 7.5 when targeted by opposing quarterbacks. Pro Football Focus ranks Bland as having the top coverage grade in the NFL at 89.9.
Trevon Diggs expressed his excitement and happiness for Bland’s success, praising his talent and noting that he’s always been an exceptional player. He also mentioned how thrilled he is to see Bland performing at such a high level.
During his recovery, Diggs has stayed focused on football, spending his time watching games from around the league to continue learning and gaining new perspectives. He is determined to make the most of his time and make a strong comeback once he has fully recovered.
Diggs mentioned that watching other teams has provided him with valuable insights, allowing him to see the game from a different perspective. He also mentioned taking up new hobbies and reading books as part of his recovery process. Despite the injury, Trevon Diggs remains dedicated to his growth and development as a player.