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Former Lions defensive back Quandre Diggs takes a shot at the Lions

Quandre Diggs takes a dig at his former team after getting traded.

Quandre Diggs is one of the best young safeties in the game, and after being traded to the Seahawks Diggs took a shot at his former team.

The 26 year old safety said the Lions wanted to control everything.

“I think it was more of just a control thing,” Diggs told Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press. “Them wanting to control the locker room. Control the locker room, control voices in the locker room.”

“Like I say, I don’t have no ill will towards anybody, but at the end of the day, I’m at a new organization that respects the players, they respect your personality and the people that you are,” Diggs said. “I’m just happy about my situation. Those guys, they do what they do, (what) they feel like what’s best for the organization. I don’t fault them, but at the end of the day, I’m good where I’m at.”

Diggs has not played a snap for the Seahawks yet, but I have a feeling they landed a fired up player and they are playing great football right now. I would not be shocked if he comes out to prove the Lions made a huge mistake.

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