When Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs let his 5-year-old son Aiden make an appearance during training camp, fans were enamored when the little boy whipped out an adorable speech.
Standing on the podium alongside his dad, Aaiden was decked out in Cowboys merch and jean shorts. While opening his speech, he made sure to grab the audience immediately and stated, “Every time I’m with my dad I love it… it makes me really happy.”
Although he could have stopped his message there and left the audience in awe, the Diggs’ son continues and recognized that the Dallas Cowboys are his favorite team and his father’s identifiable number seven is his favorite number of all time. “This is my favorite team… I really love number seven because it’s my lucky number,” Aaiden said.
“I love the whole world, I love God and Jesus, and I love my whole family,” the little boy concluded, causing the crowd to erupt into a sea of awes.
Diggs, including the rest of his team, has been training in California as they prepare for the upcoming 2022 NFL season. Alongside his son making lovable speeches, the cornerback discussed his social media routines and the fact that he deleted Twitter while training.
Trevon Diggs reveals the reason why he deleted Twitter during training camp
When clips of him losing practice reps to CeeDee Lamb and Simi Fehoko went viral, he decided that it was better to stay off the app for the duration of camp. “It’s toxic,” Diggs explained. “I usually don’t be on Twitter a lot, but I’m in camp. I’m trying to focus, trying to lock in and just be better every day.”
“I feel like that comes with it. Hate comes with success,” he continued, recognizing that he cannot control how other people perceive him while he has a position in the spotlight. “I don’t put it past nobody. Everyone is obligated to their own opinion. All I can do is control what I can control on the field and let my play speak for myself.”
With this being said, the 23-year-old father the best use of his time was just to not check Twitter at all, leading him to delete the social media app. “I can’t respond to everybody, I can’t reply to everybody, so I’d rather say nothing at all and just perform on the field,” he shared during the press conference.
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