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Topic - David Diehl
After getting permission from his 7-year-old daughter, New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl has retired after an 11-year career that included two Super Bowl championships.
Remorseful, embarrassed and bitterly disappointed in himself, Giants guard David Diehl stood in front of his locker Tuesday and apologized for "a bad decision" that resulted in his being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
The New York Giants waived tight end Jake Ballard after he failed a physical exam.
Heading into the bye week, the banged-up New York Giants are surprisingly in first place in the NFC East with much-needed reinforcements seemingly on the horizon.
While injuries have forced the New York Giants to shuffle their offensive line the past month, quarterback Eli Manning certainly hasn't felt any effects.
The New York Giants appear to have lost their second left tackle in Shawn Andrews.
Less than a week after getting their running game going, the New York Giants' offensive line is suddenly in flux.
"It's not very easy for my daughter to talk about me retiring and not playing football," Diehl said.