Trevon diggs has been a great defensive player in the league this season. The Dallas Cowboys defense has seen eight interceptions from the former Alabama star.
Diggs’ son, Aaiden Diggs, sent a message for NFL quarterbacks as he prepares to face Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders in a Thanksgiving Day matchup. Aaiden Diggs thanked his father for the ball and Trevon Diggs couldn’t say it.
"Today, I want to give thanks to all the quarterbacks that throw my dad the football." 😂
Trevon Diggs' son, Aaiden, wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving in the most adorable way possible ahead of the @dallascowboys game. pic.twitter.com/70d8E1Z6ur
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) November 25, 2021
Aaiden Diggs stated, “Today I want to thank all the quarterbacks who throw my dad the ball,” You are all greatly appreciated. “Thank you so much!”
Derek Carr will not be making Aaiden Diggs very happy this Thanksgiving Day. The Las Vegas Raiders want a win and throwing the football to Trevon Dibble won’t help them.
CeeDee lamb was optimistic that he would overcome the concussion protocol before Thursday’s Thanksgiving Day match against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Cowboys will not be able to field the former Oklahoma star on Thursday.
Tweeted Jon Machota from The Athletic, “CowboysWR CeeDee Lamb wasn’t able to clear concussion protocol,” Jay Glazer stated. He will not play against the Raiders today. Dallas needs big days from Noah Brown, Cedrick Wilson and Malik Turner.
Lamb sustained a concussion last Wednesday. It was difficult to return after a week of concussion protocol. Dak Prescott’s Cowboys offense will need to find a spark against Raiders.
Aside from CeeDee lamb, Amari Cooper, wide receiver, will be absent Thursday’s match. Cooper remains on the Reserve/COVID-19 List, rendering him ineligible to play for Dallas.