Vikings WR Diggs 'Trying to Work Through' Dissatisfaction

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Seven of his receptions came in the loss to the Bears, though majority were in garbage time as the team tried to find some sort of spark.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is frustrated with the team and missed practice Wednesday for non-injury reasons, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

"I think the frustration is with you guys, it's not us, we're not frustrated", Thielen said.

When asked about whether he had requested a trade, Diggs said no. "I won't be speaking on that".

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Diggs was back in practice Thursday as a full participant and said he hopes to play Sunday against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Plus, the Vikings would take on a serious dead-money hit if they trade him away because the bonus money they already paid him would still count against the salary cap.

Thielen voiced his own displeasure with the way things were going after Sunday's 16-6 loss in Chicago, where he was held to just six receiving yards.

Sources indicated to ESPN that despite Diggs' frustrations with the Vikings' offense, which have been building for weeks, Minnesota has no intention of trading its star wideout, who signed a five-year extension in July 2018.

"At the end of the day you guys can post what you guys want for headlines and things like that, but internally in our locker room we don't worry about that stuff, we just focus on ball and making sure we're the best teammates and best football players we can to help this team win", Thielen said. I know as a man who I am, what I bring to the table. "I can't say what's real and what's not".

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"If they let me", he said. Rumors have been going around that Diggs wants out of Minnesota due to the lack of the passing game.

Diggs admitted he wasn't happy with his team's offense - "I can't sit up here and act like everything is okay".

"It's not one thing", Diggs said.

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