David Diehl

#66T,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 304
Born:
College: Illinois
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Draft: 2003 5th round (25th pick) by the
  • Josh Norman threatens Odell Beckham Jr., says suspensions are coming
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    Josh Norman threatens Odell Beckham Jr., says suspensions are coming

    Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman is completely and totally obsessed with New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and has been for quite some time. Every single instance in which a reporter puts a microphone in front of Norman’s face, he immediately defaults to Beckham. During a Thursday interview with Bleacher Report, that was no different. In fact, the only thing that changed about Norman’s obsession this time around is that he allowed the world to see just how intense it actually is. “He tries to be a tough guy. He tries to put on this persona which he’s not,” Norman said. “Because he’s always going to have his head on a swivel. Always. Always when we play each other. He’s

  • 90-Man Roster Preview: Landon Collins Should Continue To Ascend
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    90-Man Roster Preview: Landon Collins Should Continue To Ascend

    When the New York Giants made the unusually bold — for them — decision to move up to the top of the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft to select safety Landon Collins they hoped they were getting a player who would become a force in their secondary and a leader of their defense for years to come. Two years into his career Collins is undoubtedly a force on the Giants’ defense, and seems well on his way to assuming a mantel of leadership, if he hasn’t done so already. Let’s take a closer look at Collins as we continue our player-by-player profiles of the Giants’ 90-man roster. After an up-and-down rookie season that saw him start every game but not always play up the standards he or the Giants were hoping for, Collins went to work.

  • ESPN hires Chip Kelly as college football studio analyst
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    ESPN hires Chip Kelly as college football studio analyst

    Dez Bryant, Odell Beckham Jr., Brandon Marshall, Terrelle Pryor, Larry Fitzgerald.  That's the murderers' row of receivers the Eagles will face during the 2017 season, cornerback deficiency and all.  This week, we got our first look at who the Eagles are tasking with the unenviable challenge of trying to stop — or at the very least slow down — some of the best wide receivers in the NFL.  At their first OTA practice of the spring, Jalen Mills and Patrick Robinson were the team's starters in the base package, while rookie Rasul Douglas was on the field as the third corner in the nickel package.  "The way Coach Cory Undlin works and the way Coach (Jim) Schwartz works, this depth chart right now