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Jason Whitlock is taking back the shade he threw at Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
Two weeks ago, Jason thought Diggs “didn’t care about being a pro,” “didn’t care about winning the championship,” and only “[wanted] to be in a better city” where “it’s easier for his social life,” but now he’s certain that’s not the case.
“That was me talking off the cuff, speculating,” he tells Steve Kim, but “I want to apologize for that. I want to sit here and tell everybody: dead wrong.”
But after learning some new information, Jason has some different thoughts when it comes to Stefon Diggs – thoughts he believes are much more reflective of the truth.
“Here's what I think is at the heart of Stefon Diggs’ problem: Josh Allen, the quarterback of the Buffalo Bills.”
“He don’t got that dawg in him,” says Jason.
“He’s not committed to the game, he’s not committed to the study, to the level of effort that the real top-flight quarterbacks put into the game,” Jason explains.
“Josh Allen survives on talent, and everybody in that organization knows it, and that has been at the heart of the frustration and tension with Stefon Diggs,” which is why Jason “[doesn’t] halfway blame Diggs for looking around.”
Steve Kim, however, disagrees.
“You're telling me [Allen] does not put in the work even though he's gone from a questionable prospect” to “an elite quarterback?” he asks.
“Being a true student of the game – that's not him, and everybody in that locker room knows it,” says Jason.
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