Stefon Diggs: Josh Allen better win NFL’s Most Improved Player Award | CBS Sports HQ

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Stefon Diggs joins CBS Sports HQ from Super Bowl LV. Diggs discusses his transition from the Vikings to his first season with the Bills and the success he had. He breaks down how he plans to improve and reach a new level next year alongside QB Josh Allen, who he thinks should be a lock to win the NFL’s Most Improved Player Award. Watch the full interview here.

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