Trevon Diggs established himself as a top cornerback in the NFL. In his last two seasons, he has been selected for back-to-back Pro Bowls. He was also named First Team All-Pro by the NFL in 2021 for leading the league with 11 interceptions.
In 2023 he will complete his four-year $6.32 million deal. A proven improvement in his performance will see him earn a $4.304-million base salary.
Diggs’ interception count dropped from 11 to three last season. Also, he has recovered one fumble and defended 14 passes. A contract extension may not be in the cards, but his career-high 59 tackles from last season could give him some leverage. He will get a new back tattoo before he goes to Dallas Cowboys off-season training.
Andres Ortega, a renowned tattoo artist and owner of luxury ink brand Onder Ink, shared a picture of the tattoo that he did on Trevon Diggs.
The Arizona-based tattoo artist created a composite tattoo with images of an astronaut and a woman wearing a mask. He also included Batman, the Joker, and Jesus Christ. There’s also a reference to Jesus’ crucifixion, which Christians often commemorate on Good Friday.
Trevon Diggs gets a tattoo at Ortega, following other Cowboys players.
Trevon Diggs got his tattoo two weeks after Ortega posted a photo of Cowboys running back Tony Pollard’s leg tattoo.
The design includes cartoon characters like Spongebob, Scooby-Doo, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. There are also references to Tom and Jerry and Johnny Bravo in the artwork.
Pollard agreed to sign the Cowboys franchise tag of $ 10.09 million. He will be playing a greater role in the offense now that Ezekiel has been released by the Cowboys. Ortega also inked CeeDee Lamb, a wide receiver.
His tattoo features the words “My story isn’t over,” together with images of the Interstate 45 road sign, a crucifix, and the late Kobe Bryant.
Lamb just finished his best pro season, with 1,359 yards and nine touchdowns. His performance earned him a Pro Bowl nomination and a spot on the Second Team All-Pro. In 2023, he’ll also play the last year of his rookie deal.
Ortega also did Dak Prescott’s leg tattoo.
The masterpiece includes images of the mythical creature Pegasus, king and ace of spades playing cards, Daffy Duck, the Dallas skyline, and the word “faith.” Prescott won the 2022 Walter Payton Man of the Year award due to his contributions to the Dallas community.
Ortega inks other NFL players
Ortega’s clientele isn’t limited to Dallas Cowboys players. He also made Arizona Cardinals wideout Marquise Brown’s leg tattoo.
Here’s the arm tattoo he did on Cincinnati Bengals All-Pro wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase.
He also did the ink on Chase’s teammate, Tee Higgins.
Here’s his artwork on Tennessee Titans cornerback Caleb Farley.
Here’s the one he did on Cleveland Browns wide receiver Elijah Moore.
Damar Hamelin, Trevon’s defensive partner, was also in Ortega’s studio for a tattoo.
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