Among the new hires at Fox this year, David Diehl will be paired with Thom Brennaman.
Offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz has a new team. He's going to the Giants.
With the 2013 season officially in the books the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: the New York Giants.
Giants offensive lineman David Diehl has decided to hang up his cleats after 11-years in the league.
The Giants put forth a poor effort in a 20-12 loss to the Colts, and to make matters worse, Jason La Canfora says, the injuries continue to pile up.
On Thursday, after completing their offseason workouts for the day, about 20 Giants players took a bus to Newtown, Conn., and it sounds like everybody had a wonderful time.
New York Giants' veteran offensive tackle David Diehl agreed to take a substantial pay cut for the upcoming season on Tuesday, according to reports. Diehl, who is set to enter his 11th season in NFL, reached an agreement to slash his base salary from $4.475 to $1.0 million for 2013. The move could free up cap space for the Giants to re-sign Victor Cruz.
The Giants, who averaged 26.8 points last season, should return their entire starting offensive line after keeping left guard Kevin Boothe with a one-year deal. Boothe drew interest from three other teams in free agency.
More than a month after pleading guilty to a charge of aggravated DWI and a couple of weeks removed from arthroscopic surgery on his knee, Giants guard David Diehl reportedly has agreed to restructure his deal to stay in New York.
Giants right tackle David Diehl pleaded guilty to aggravated DWI and avoided jail time. He is not allowed to drive or apply for a driver's license for six months.

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