The image posted by Trevon Diggs shows Stefon in a full Washington uniform and captioned with a shrug emoji:
Ron Johnson @3RonJohnson
#Vikings Stefon Diggs brother Trevon posts cryptic Instagram photo of his big bro in a #Redskins uniform. With Case Keenum in DC could the Maryland Miracle be a possibility? #NFL #NFLTradeRumors (This makes no sense for Vikings to consider if this is even a possibility FYI) https://t.co/qCnPXAiisT
Diggs caught the 61-yard touchdown pass from Keenum on the final play of their divisional-round game to beat the New Orleans Saints.
There was no indication prior to the picture being plastered all over social media that Minnesota was thinking of trading Diggs. The 25-year-old signed a five-year contract extension with the team in July and went on to have his first career 1,000-yard season in 2018 and set career highs with 102 receptions and nine receiving touchdowns.
The Vikings don't have much financial flexibility, with just $2.35 million in cap space leaving them last in the NFL. Diggs' $16.9 million in fully guaranteed money over the life of his deal only ranks 22nd among all wide receivers, and it seems unlikely he will be moved after his production last season.