Expect the Giants to shave some salaries and allow some veterans, like OT David Diehl, to walk in the offseason.
The Giants ruled RB Ahmad Bradshaw, OT David Diehl and WR Domenik Hixon out for Thursday’s game against the Panthers.
Giants ORT David Diehl suffered an MCL injury in his right knee in Sunday’s win against the Buccaneers.
Giants OL David Diehl appeared in court Friday morning for his DUI charge and will not have to miss training camp.
Giants OG David Diehl apologized for "a bad decision" that resulted in his being arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.
Giants OL David Diehl was arrested for driving while intoxicated on Sunday evening, WNBC-TV first reported.
The one constant along the Giants' offensive line this season has been change, and it has continued into the stretch run when the team finds its back against the wall.
The Giants' offensive line hasn't been a strength all season, but the play up front has improved of late.
The talk all week has been about how the Giants no longer can run the ball the way the team long has sought to do. But the question is: Why not?
The Giants will have a new-look O-line in 2011 after releasing three veterans, and the unit will surely be tested right off the bat.
Dave Diehl, the Giants' starting left tackle, believes Plaxico Burress will want to start over with a new team in a new city rather than return to New York.
Offseason surgeries for OL Rich Seubert, Shaun O'Hara and Adam Koets have led to a groundswell among Giants fans for the team to draft Florida OG-C Mike Pouncey.
Credit the Giants for adjusting to several injuries along their offensive line this season, the most recent being David Diehl's partially torn hamstring and hip injuries and Adam Koets' season-ending torn ACL.
Giants WR Steve Smith will miss Sunday's game against the Cowboys with a partially torn pectoral muscle. He suffered the injury during practice on Thursday.
C Adam Koets tore his ACL and is likely done for the season. Plus, OL David Diehl is undergoing tests Monday on a sprained hip.
The Giants are starting to get concerned about their starting offensive tackles, David Diehl and Kareem McKenzie.
Giants OTs David Diehl and Kareem McKenzie are facing the difficult task of slowing down Bears DE Julius Peppers.