Trevon Diggs deletes his Twitter account from the Cowboys camp after viral lowlights

Trevon Diggs, who was burned at Cowboys training camp, was all over Twitter on Friday, which then led to the cornerback deleting his account.

Few players in the NFL sparked as much debate among fans and analysts during the 2021 season as Dallas Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs. While he was leading the league in interceptions a year ago, his overall coverage left a lot to be desired as he was beaten for big games fairly often.

So when videos from Cowboys training camp circulated on social media Friday showing Diggs being set alight in coverage on multiple occasions, angry fans and his detractors were quick to troll him (or be far more unkind and, frankly, unacceptable). ).

And to be fair, there have been legitimate criticisms. Losing a 1v1 against CeeDee Lamb is one thing – Loss to former UDFA Simi Fehoko is another.

Cowboys: Trevon Diggs deletes his Twitter account after trolling for camp lowlights

However, the hatred was far too great for anyone to expect to be able to handle. So Diggs completely deleted his Twitter account.

It would be easy to poke fun at the Dallas corner for being soft and roasting so badly on and off the field that he had to leave social media. But some of the comments, which even included death threats, crossed the line and no one – athlete or otherwise – should be expected to engage with that type of behavior.

As for Diggs, the optimistic view would be that the hate will hopefully see him get better in the 2022 season, not just at forcing turnovers but at playing consistently in coverage. And maybe not being on social media allows him to escape distractions and things like that to focus on his craft and achieve that goal. Trevon Diggs deletes his Twitter account from the Cowboys camp after viral lowlights

John Verrall

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