Watch video of Stefon Diggs kneeling behind Pro Bowl 2023 cheerleaders goes viral

Watch video of Stefon Diggs kneeling behind Pro Bowl 2023 cheerleaders goes viral

Stefon Diggs, a wide receiver for the Bills, infuriates people by kneeling behind several NFL cheerleaders during the Pro Bowl

Super Bowl week is coming.

The Pro Bowl last night at Allegiant Stadium was greatly anticipated by the NFL community in order to build excitement for the Super Bowl the following week. The annual Pro Bowl this season featured a few well-known players, and even the stand-ins had tough competition to win the award. The game didn’t disappoint, and the spectators received their fair amount of amusement.

Video of Stefon Diggs kneeling behind Pro Bowl 2023 cheerleaders goes viral

Watch Stefon Diggs’s viral video below.

In this year’s Pro Bowl, the Bills sent eight players, but the starting quarterback was unable to play because of an elbow injury. However, it’s conceivable that’s why the top wide receiver Stefon Diggs attempted a deft move but was stopped by the bounce. The WR seemed to have gone too far.

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What did Stefon Diggs do at the Pro Bowl?

During the pregame catch competition, the Bills’ wide receiver wanted to make an iconic gesture, but it ended up being a messy odd motion. To look cool, Stefon knelt behind a group of cheerleaders while donning an eye mask. He hid behind a squad of cheerleaders, but the fans didn’t get what they wanted.

The 29-year-old began to dash away from the group of cheerleaders towards a trampoline as he tried to catch two bowls through the haze. But eventually, he recognised it wasn’t his strong suit anymore; perhaps the cheerleaders had diverted his attention.

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Diggs made the Pro Bowl after amassing 1429 yards with 13.2 yards per reception and scoring 11 touchdowns. Since joining the team in 2020, he has played for the Bills three times in a row. Prior to joining the Buffalo Bills, Stefon spent four years with the Minnesota Vikings, who had previously selected him 146th overall in the 2015 NFL Draft. He received the PFWA all-rookie team award while playing for the Vikings, but it was with the Bills that his brilliance was recognized; in 2020, he set records for receiving yards and receptions in the NFL.

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