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Since David Diehl sustained a sprained MCL in the first quarter of the Giants' Week 2 win over the Buccaneers, the Giants have surrendered three sacks in five games and revitalized the rushing attack. They've done it with veteran free-agent acquisition Sean Locklear moving from left to right tackle to replace Diehl, and Will Beatty inserted at left tackle.
Diehl returned in Week 6 against the 49ers, but wasn't given his starting spot at right tackle; he's been limited to the jumbo tight end role in his two games back. And though Diehl said he feels 100 percent this week for the first time since he suffered the injury, but isn't sure if he'll regain his starting spot.
"You dont assume anything," Diehl said today when asked if he thought his starting position would be waiting. "You would hope so, but like I said, the fact that if it doesnt happen, Im not, dont get me wrong, I would love to be starting, I would love to be back out there, thats what Im here for, thats what Ive always done. But, like I said, if that doesnt happen, its not going to change the way I feel about Sean. Its not going to change the way I feel about our coaches and our staff. Ive been hurt. Ive been out. Theres nothing I can do to change that." Source: Newark Star Ledger Attached Thumbnails
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