"Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs is participating at today’s minicamp practice," Getzenberg tweeted, along with a photo of Diggs wearing a helmet and pads on the Bills' practice field.
On Tuesday, Diggs' agent, Adisa Bakari, confirmed that the wide receiver had been in Buffalo since Monday (June 12) morning, took his physical and met with McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane during that span, adding that he would "be there for the entirety of the minicamp," according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Bakari's confirmation came after McDermott had revealed that Diggs was the only player absent from the mandatory minicamp and said he was "very concerned" on Tuesday, via Getzenberg.
"A mountain of dead cap means his contract isn't really tradeable from Buffalo's end. An unusual situation," Pelissero tweeted.
Diggs recorded 108 receptions for 1,429 yards and a career-best 11 touchdowns in 2022, having been selected to the Pro Bowl for the third consecutive year. The former Maryland standout was acquired by the Bills in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings in 2020 and set a single-season franchise record with 1,535 receiving yards which, along with 127 receptions, led all NFL players, during his first season in Buffalo.