Found September 17, 2012 on CJ Sports NFL Talk:
PLAYERS: David Diehl
TEAMS: New York Giants
Giants Tackle Diehl Has MCL Injury - As expected, an MRI conducted on the right knee of Giants OT David Diehl revealed an injury to his MCL, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. That’s good news for the Giants, since it’s not an ACL injury. The MCL can regenerate without surgery, unless it’s fully torn. In this case, Diehl’s MCL isn’t fully torn. It’s currently unknown, however, how much time he’ll miss.  Click here! to Read More...

Giants believe David Diehl has an MCL injury

According to Mike Florio of, the New York Giants believe that offensive tackle David Diehl suffered an injury to his MCL during today’s win over the Buccaneers. Giants offensive lineman David Diehl, who left Sunday’s game against the Bucs with a knee injury, has had an MRI.  The results, however, aren’t known yet because no doctor was available to read...

Report: Giants' Diehl has MCL injury

Right tackle David Diehl had an MRI on his right knee that confirmed the Giants' expectation of an MCL injury, according to An MCL injury can heal without surgery as long as it's not fully torn, which Diehl's is not. Left tackle Sean Locklear replaced Diehl against Tampa Bay and is likely to start in Week 3. Will Beatty would then start at left tackle.

Diehl and Hixon suffer injuries

New York Giants tackle David Diehl and wide receiver Domenik Hixon were injured late in the first quarter Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Hixon was being evaluated for a head injury. He took a hard helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker Mason Foster earlier in the period. Diehl, New York's most versatile offensive lineman, went down with a right knee injury on a play...

Diehl, Hixon, Bradshaw skip Giants practice

Tackle David Diehl, running back Ahmad Bradshaw and wide receiver Domenik Hixon were among six Giants held out of practice on Monday. Diehl suffered an injury to the medial collateral ligament in his right knee in Sunday's 41-34 win over Tampa Bay and might be the most questionable player for the Giants' next game, against Carolina Thursday. Coach Tom Coughlin did not know...

Banged up: New York Giants Will Look for Silver Lining in Ahmad Bradshaw, David Diehl Injuries

The New York Giants watched a gaggle of players limp from the field during their 41-34 shootout victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, key among them Ahmad Bradshaw (strained neck) and David Diehl (MCL), whose injury sounds like it will cost him a few games at there very least while Bradshaw is likely to miss at least Thursday night’s matchup with Cam Newtown and the Carolina Panthers...

Giants hold out Nicks, Bradshaw, Diehl and Hixon from practice

According to Jorge Castillo of the Newark Star-Ledger, Ahmad Bradshaw, David Diehl, Hakeem Nicks, Domenik Hixon were all held out of Monday’s practice, as the Giants prepare to play the Panthers on Thursday night. Today is the Giants’ only day of full practice before they travel to Charlotte tomorrow and four players aren’t participating. RB Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), RT David...

Giants rule out Bradshaw, Hixon and Diehl for Thursday against Panthers

The three important New York Giants players Tom Coughlin was hoping "against all odds" would be able to recover fast enough to play against the Carolina Panthers Thursday night have officially been ruled out of the game . Lost in all of the victory formation controversy was the fact that the Giants lost three critical parts of their offense during the team's 41-34...
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