Compensation update: Bills are trading a 1st-round pick, a 5th-round pick, a 6th-round pick and a 2021 4th-round pick for Vikings WR Stefon Diggs and a 2020 7th-round pick, source tells ESPN.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 17, 2020FANTASY ANALYSIS: Diggs tradeBut hours before the trade went down, Diggs seemed to add fuel to the fire with his own tweets.Earlier in the day, after news broke that quarterback Kirk Cousins would be sticking in Minnesota for another three seasons, Diggs sent out a cryptic emoji tweet:🤔— DIGGS (@stefondiggs) March 16, 2020NFL FREE AGENCY:Tracking the latest news, reports and rumorsWas it in response to the Cousins contract? Was he pondering life, the universe and everything? Maybe thinking about his lunch choices? Who knows? But a single tweet later, Diggs provided a little more “context” to the situation.it’s time for a new beginning.— DIGGS (@stefondiggs) March 16, 2020Maybe Diggs settled on Chinese food for lunch and was just reading off his fortune cookie. Or maybe, just maybe, it’s something pertaining to football? Stefon Diggs is a man of few characters.The Vikings wide receiver had been the subject of trade rumors dating back to last offseason, but the rumors became action, and Diggs is now a member of the Buffalo Bills, per reports. Well, in a response to a Twitter user who mentioned Diggs wears his emotions on his sleeve, the 26-year-old promised that something — whatever that something is — is going to happen.Nah this ain’t one of them times champ. Somethings going to happen.— DIGGS (@stefondiggs) March 16, 2020Trading Diggs is a big blow to the Vikings’ offense. Though he has yet to eclipse double-digit touchdowns in a season in his career, Diggs and running mate Adam Thielen have formed one of the league’s best 1-2 punches at the wide receiver position in recent years. Though it doesn’t sound like Diggs particularly wanted that to continue.Now, we see the kind of pairing Josh Allen and Diggs will make in Buffalo.