The Minnesota Vikings are not interested in moving on from Stefan Diggs this offseason.

"He's not only a major part of our offense and a major part of our organization winning games, but he also does a lot of things for this organization off the field," Rick Spielman said Tuesday at the NFL scouting combine.

"There's no reason -- the rumors or whatever you're talking about -- to anticipate that Stefon Diggs is not going to be a Minnesota Viking. When you have some of the offensive talent that we have, with him and [Adam] Thielen together, with Rudy [Kyle Rudolph] and Irv Smith, with Dalvin Cook and [Alexander] Mattison, we have a pretty good support cast around our quarterback."

Trade rumors involving Diggs date back to the first month of the 2019 season.

At the time, Diggs said he hadn't "communicated anything" about a trade request but that there was "truth to all rumors" amid the assumption that he was unhappy with the state of the offense.