Giants G/T David Diehl (thumb) is active for Sunday's Week 4 game at Kansas City.
The New York Post reports Giants OL David Diehl (doubtful, thumb) could be active for Sunday's Week 4 game against the Chiefs.
Giants T/G David Diehl (thumb surgery) will be out six weeks.
Giants RT David Diehl insists he's not concerned about his contract situation.
Giants OL coach Pat Flaherty says the team's right tackle job is incumbent David Diehl's to lose.
ESPN NFC East blogger Dan Graziano considers David Diehl the "front-runner" to open the season as the Giants' starting right tackle.
Giants OT David Diehl has agreed to a pay-cut, slashing his $4.475 million salary to $1 million.
Giants OL David Diehl says the team has yet to approach him about a pay cut or restructuring.
The Giants have approached OT David Diehl regarding a pay cut or restructure.
Giants OT David Diehl recently underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee.
Giants OT David Diehl pleaded guilty to DUI in a Queens (NY) court on Monday, but will face no jail time.
Giants RT David Diehl triggered an escalator in his contract, upping his 2013 salary from $4.1 million to $4.475 million.
The Daily News says RT David Diehl will likely be cut unless he accepts a paycut.
Giants RT David Diehl was forced from New York's Week 12 game against the Packers with a "burner," and is questionable to return.