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  • NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 4:25 P.M.

    HERE NOW THE NEWS

    NEWS
    ARTICLES ABOUT THE NEW YORK FOOTBALL GIANTS ARE POSTED DAILY AND
    UPDATES ARE ADDED THROUGHOUT THE DAY. GENERAL SPORTS NEWS LINKS ARE
    ALSO INCLUDED.





    NEWARK STAR LEDGER

    DAVID DIEHL OFFICIALLY CHARGED WITH DUI

    "Giants offensive tackle David Diehl
    has officially been charged with two counts of driving under the influence of
    alcohol, the Queens district attorney's office said in a press release
    today.


    According to the criminal complaint, Diehl was observed at approximately 8:20
    p.m. on Sunday in the vicinity of 31-31 35th Street in Astoria by an officer
    responding to the scene of an accident involving his 2011 BMW. The responding
    officer reported Diehl admitted he'd been driving the car, which had damage on
    the right front side of the vehicle, and that Diehl appeared to have "a strong
    odor of alcohol on his breath, bloodshot and watery eyes, slurred speech and to
    be unsteady on his feet."




    The report indicates a breathalyzer exam revealed an alcohol level of .182,
    which is more than double the legal limit of .08. The officer also stated Diehl
    said he was at a bar watching Croatia's victory over Ireland in Euro 2012 on
    Sunday afternoon.




    "Luckily, no one was injured," Queens district attorney Richard A. Brown said
    in the press release. "Drinking and driving is never a good idea – and can often
    have serious consequences."




    Diehl was arraigned today before Queens Criminal Court judge Lenora Gerald
    and released. He faces up to one year in jail and/or a $1,000 fine if convicted
    and his driver’s license is suspended in New York pending prosecution.




    Diehl is expected to participate in the team's mandatory minicamp, which runs
    from Tuesday through Thursday. His next court date is scheduled for July 26,
    which is the date players are to report to Albany for the start of training
    camp.




    It's unclear at this point what the ramifications will be for Diehl as far as
    a possible suspension or fine from the NFL. Those details will become clearer as
    the situation unfolds. Former Giants lineman Kareem McKenzie and one-time Jets
    wide receiver Braylon Edwards are among those who avoided suspensions for DUIs
    in part because they were first-time offenders.




    Diehl's agent, Peter Schaffer, staunchly
    defended his client's character
    on Sunday night. Today, punter Steve
    Weatherford did the same on Twitter.




    "Everyone has made a mistake," Weatherford wrote. "Dave Diehl has been a
    Giant for 10 years, and been role model longer than that. He has my full
    support
    ."


    GIANTS' DAVID DIEHL ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DWI IN QUEENS, REPORTS SAY

    "Giants offensive lineman David Diehl
    has been arrested in Queens on suspicion of DWI, according to reports by several
    outlets, including WNBC, which was first to report
    the news
    .


    NFL.com's Matt Engelberg tweeted police told him Diehl "hit a couple
    of parked cars."
    WNBC's Shimon Procupecz says Diehl failed a
    breathalyzer test
    , had a blood-alcohol
    level of .18
    (the legal limit is .08) and will face a judge on Monday
    morning.




    An NYPD spokesman would not confirm the arrest or provide any information on
    the incident when contacted by The Star-Ledger.




    The Giants did not have any immediate comment. Diehl's agent, Peter Schaffer,
    did not address the situation but strongly supported his client.




    "I am honored to represent David Diehl," Schaffer said in a brief statement,
    "one of, if not the classiest, most humble New York Giants ever."




    Diehl tweeted earlier in the day he was
    attending a charity golf outing in Westchester
    to benefit a young boy named
    Alex whom he wrote was told as a toddler he'd be a quadriplegic and wouldn't
    walk. Diehl said Alex took 100 steps on his own at today's event.




    Diehl, who is proud of his Croatian heritage, also tweeted about the
    country's soccer team's 3-1 victory over Ireland in Euro 2012 this
    afternoon.




    This is the first alleged legal issue for Diehl in his tenure with the
    Giants. Since being drafted in the fifth round in 2003, he's been lauded as an
    unselfish player and a solid citizen. This year, he received the Wellington Mara
    Award at the Boys Hope Girls Hope of New York annual Vision of Hope awards
    dinner.




    In 2008, Diehl's former linemate Kareem McKenzie was arrested for DUI a few
    days before a game against the Baltimore Ravens. Like Diehl, McKenzie did not
    have any previous issues, so he was not suspended by the league or the
    Giants.




    McKenzie then became
    a mentor for younger players
    about the dangers of driving drunk.




    “By virtue of what other profession do you have what you do, whether it be
    going out to dinner and who you go out to dinner with, as front page news?”
    McKenzie said shortly after the Jets' Braylon Edwards' arrest. “Where else does
    that happen? It doesn’t. It’s not a problem that’s endemic of just the National
    Football League; it’s endemic of our country as a whole. It happens far too
    much.”

    http://www.nj.com/giants/

    NY DAILY NEWS

    GIANTS' DAVID DIEHL RELEASED AFTER BEING ARRAIGNED ON DUI CHARGE

    "New York Giants star David Diehl was charged
    with drunk driving Monday after sideswiping parked cars with his BMW while
    leaving an Astoria, Queens, bar Sunday.



    He entered no plea at his arraignment and his case was adjourned until July
    26 — the same day the Giants are scheduled to begin training camp in Albany.




    The judge suspended his driver’s license until then.




    Diehl did not speak to reporters as he left the Queens courthouse.




    He was escorted by court officers to a waiting late model black BMW sedan
    with New Jersey plates. He got into the back seat and the car took off.




    Cops say he blew a .182 on the Breathalyzer — more than twice the state
    blood-alcohol limit of .08 percent.




    No one was hurt when Big Blue’s stalwart offensive lineman drove down 36th
    St., scraping paint and denting bumpers with his black 2011 BWM as he went.




    One witness said he was found passed out at the wheel, but police did not
    immediately confirm that.




    A police source said Diehl told arriving cops he was pulling out of a parking
    spot just as another car across the street was also pulling out. Police said he
    smelled of booze, had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech.




    The 6-foot-5, 304-pound quarterback-protector, who lives in West Orange,
    N.J., was alone behind the wheel. He was arrested at the scene.




    Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Diehl admitted he had been at a
    bar watching the Croatia game.




    “Drinking and driving is never a good idea — and can often have serious
    consequences,” Brown said. “Luckily, no one was injured.”




    Diehl faces up to one year in jail and a $1,000 fine if convicted.




    Giants punter Steve Weatherford came to Diehl’s defense on
    Twitter.

    "Everyone has made a mistake,” he said. “Dave Diehl has been a Giant for 10
    years, and been role model longer than that. He has my full support."



    Diehl has been a fixture on Big Blue’s offensive line since he was drafted
    out of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the fifth round of the
    2003 NFL draft.




    He started all 16 games as a rookie, and has started in every game he’s
    played in his nine NFL seasons. He’s proven to be one of the Giants’ most
    versatile and durable players, playing three different positions along the
    O-line and starting in 140 games.




    Diehl, who made the Pro Bowl in 2009, has two years remaining on a six-year,
    $31 million contract he signed in 2008.




    A drunken driving arrest is a violation of the NFL’s substance abuse policy
    and its personal conduct policy, so Diehl could be facing a fine or a
    suspension.




    The incident, as a matter of procedure, would be reviewed by the NFL
    commissioner’s office. Since this appears to be his first offense of any kind, a
    suspension is unlikely.




    Diehl is also known as a Giant with a big heart for kids. Just last week he
    attended the Samsung Hope for Children gala in Manhattan, an annual fund-raiser
    for several charitable groups, including the Boomer Esiason Foundation.




    Earlier on Sunday, Diehl tweeted that he was at a charity golf tournament in
    Westchester for a boy named Alex, who was born a quadriplegic.




    “Today I watched him walk 100 steps on his own,” Diehl tweeted about Alex.
    “When you think things are tough or impossible, think of Alex.”

    DAVID DIEHL, GIANTS' OFFENSIVE LINEMAN ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DRUNKEN DRIVING AFTER CRASHING HIS RIDE INTO MULTIPLE CARS: COPS

    "New York Giants star David Diehl was busted
    on suspicion of drunken driving Sunday after he crashed his luxury ride into
    multiple parked cars in Queens, cops said.


    Big Blue’s stalwart offensive
    lineman wrecked his car about 8:20 p.m. in Astoria after hanging out at a local
    bar to watch the Croatian soccer team beat Ireland 3-1 in the European
    Championship tournament. No one was injured in the smash-up.

    “The
    officers suspected he was intoxicated,” a police source said.

    Diehl was
    taken to a police station, where he failed a Breathalyzer test, registering a
    .18, several drinks above the legal limit of .08, another cop source
    said.

    Formal charges were pending early Monday morning.

    Prior to
    the crash, a fan posted a photo (below) of Diehl, who has boasted of his
    Croatian heritage, wearing the Croatian soccer team’s red-and-white checkered
    jersey."

    “Gooooooaaaaalllll!!!!!"
    Diehl tweeted twice, and then fired off another tweet in celebration of the
    win.

    The tweeter who posted the pic of a ruddy-faced Diehl said he was
    celebrating at Scorpio Cafe & Bar in Astoria, which is a mere five blocks
    from the crash site at Broadway and 31st St. One of Diehl’s pals had earlier
    given him a Twitter shout-out, telling the soccer-loving football stud to have
    fun at Scorpio. Police confirmed he was hanging out at a local bar.

    The
    6-foot-5, 304-pound quarterback-protector was driving alone. He was arrested at
    the scene.

    The Giants had no immediate comment. Diehl’s agent, Peter
    Schaffer, declined to comment on the player’s arrest, but called Diehl “one of,
    if not the classiest, most humble ... New York Giants ever.”

    Diehl has
    been a fixture on the G-men’s offensive line since he was drafted out of the
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the fifth round of the 2003 NFL
    draft.

    He started all 16 games as a rookie, and has started in every game
    he’s played in his nine NFL seasons. He’s proven to be one of the Giants’ most
    versatile and durable players, playing three different positions along the
    O-line and starting in 140 games.

    Diehl, who made the Pro Bowl in 2009,
    has two years remaining on a six-year, $31 million contract he signed in
    2008.

    A drunken driving arrest is a violation of the NFL’s substance
    abuse policy and its personal conduct policy, so Diehl could be facing a fine or
    a suspension.

    The incident, as a matter of procedure, would be reviewed
    by the NFL Commissioner’s office. Since this appears to be his first offense of
    any kind, a suspension is unlikely.

    Diehl is also known as a Giant with a
    big heart for kids. Just last week he attended the Samsung Hope for Children
    gala in Manhattan, an annual fund-raiser for several charitable groups,
    including the Boomer Esiason Foundation.

    Earlier on Sunday, Diehl tweeted
    that he was at a charity golf tournament in Westchester for a boy named Alex,
    who was born a quadriplegic.

    “Today I watched him walk 100 steps on his
    own,” Diehl tweeted about Alex. “When you think things are tough or impossible,
    think of Alex.”

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants


    NY POST

    GIANTS' DAVID DIEHL RELEASED FOLLOWING ARRAIGNMENT, DRIVING PRIVILEGES SUSPENDED IN NEW YORK

    "



    A judge released Giants starting left tackle David Diehl from custody today,
    after he spent the night locked up for allegedly being under the influence and
    smashing into parked cars.




    Diehl was busted for DWI in Queens last night, with his blood-alcohol level
    allegedly at .18, more than twice the legal limit, authorities said.




    The Big Blue lineman, a member of the Giants’ past two Super Bowl teams, told
    cops he was pulling out of a street parking spot when he was hit by another car,
    prosecutors said.




    But law enforcement sources alleged that Diehl, 31, drove his black BMW into
    two vehicles on 35th Avenue near 31st Street in Astoria at around 8:20 p.m.




    Diehl was released on his own recognizance.




    The judge ordered Diehl’s driving privileges suspended in New York state. His
    driver’s license is from New Jersey.




    He jumped into back of a black BMW and made no comment as he left
    court."

    A Giants spokesman said he was not aware of the arrest until informed by a
    Post reporter.



    Diehl’s agent, Peter Schaffer, would say only that the offensive lineman is
    “one of . . . the classiest, most humblest New York Giants ever.”




    Diehl, who has been with the team since being drafted in 2003, won the
    Wellington Mara NFL Man of the Year Award on May 22 at the annual Boys Hope
    Girls Hope Dinner at The Pierre hotel.




    He also Tweeted earlier yesterday said that he was at a charity golf
    tournament at the Westchester Country Club.


    GIANTS' TACKLE BUSTED FOR DWI WITH .18 BLOOD-ALCOHOL LEVEL: POLICE


    "Giants starting left tackle David Diehl was busted for DWI in Queens last
    night — with his blood-alcohol level allegedly more than twice the legal limit —
    after smashing into parked cars, police sources said.



    Diehl, 31, a member of both of Big Blue’s recent Super Bowl teams, was
    driving his black BMW when he struck two vehicles on 35th Avenue near 31st
    Street in Astoria at around 8:20 p.m., the sources said.




    Diehl, who had been celebrating a few blocks away at Scorpio’s on Broadway
    while watching a soccer match, allegedly blew a .18 on the Breathalyzer. The
    legal limit is .08. He was not hurt, and was being held at the 114th Precinct
    station house early today.




    Diehl, whose relatives hail from Croatia, was watching Croatia defeat
    Ireland, 3-1, in the European Championships.




    Diehl enthusiastically Tweeted “Goooooaaaaaallllllllllllllll!!!!!”
    twice during the afternoon contest.

    A Giants spokesman said he was not aware of the arrest until informed by a
    Post reporter.



    Diehl’s agent, Peter Schaffer, would say only that the offensive lineman is
    “one of . . . the classiest, most humblest New York Giants ever.”




    Diehl, who has been with the team since being drafted in 2003, won the
    Wellington Mara NFL Man of the Year Award on May 22 at the annual Boys Hope
    Girls Hope Dinner at The Pierre hotel.




    He also Tweeted earlier yesterday said that he was at a charity golf
    tournament at the Westchester Country Club."

    http://www.nypost.com/sports/giants

    THE BERGEN RECORD

    REPORT: GIANTS' DAVID DIEHL ARRESTED

    "Giants offensive lineman David Diehl reportedly was arrested Sunday night for
    driving while intoxicated after allegedly hitting two parked cars in Queens,
    N.Y.


    Diehl was taken into custody and being held at the borough's 114th precinct,
    WNBC-TV reported.




    The report also cited police sources stating Diehl had been watching a soccer
    game in a neighborhood bar.




    The 2010 Pro Bowler is set to begin his 10th season in the NFL after being
    selected by the Giants in the fifth round of the 2003 draft.




    He is expected to start at right tackle this season after spending time last
    year at left guard and left tackle, where he played in the Giants' Super Bowl
    XLVI victory over the Patriots."

    http://www.northjersey.com/sports/pro_sports/football/


    GIANTS' HAKEEM NICKS STAYING POSITIVE DESPITE INJURY

    "It's easy for an athlete to get down on themselves after experiencing a
    significant injury, but for New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem
    Nicks
    , that's not the case. Only a few short weeks removed from fracturing the 5th metatarsal of his right foot, Nicks is
    already anxiously looking ahead to his return to the field.



    “I don’t look at [the injury] in a negative light,” Nicks said. “I look
    forward to it as a positive and that I’ll be able to go back out there and do
    the things that I do.”




    Nicks has long referred to himself as a "fast healer" and at one point even
    suggested he'd be back in time for training camp, but thus far, his rehab is
    right on schedule – the 12 weeks schedule which sets him up for a return in
    mid-August.





    “[The rehab] is going real good,” he said. “It’s only been two weeks, so I’ve
    been taking it slow, icing it, keeping the swelling down. I feel like everything
    has been going the way we planned, the way we would like things to be
    going.”




    So long as he doesn't experience any setbacks, Nicks will almost certainly be
    ready to play in week one as Big Blue opens the season against their NFC East
    division rival Dallas Cowboys. However, it also only gives the fourth-year
    wideout from North Carolina about two and half weeks to prepare for the
    season.




    Over the previous three seasons, Nicks has never played in all 16 games. He
    missed two games in 2009, three games in 2010 and one game in 2011, leading some
    to call him "injury prone."

    GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

    "New York
    Giants
    head coach Tom
    Coughlin
    has gone from an intolerable disciplinarian who no one wanted to
    play for to a two-time Super Bowl champion beloved by all those around him. As a
    result of the personal transformation and success on the field, Big Blue
    recently rewarded him with a contract extension through 2014 … and his
    players couldn't be happier.





    “[Coach Coughlin] has taught me how to be a pro, how to be valuable to the
    team. He demonstrates great character, which rubs off on the players," wide
    receiver Hakeem
    Nicks
    said. “I definitely [consider him a top coach in the NFL]. A good
    team needs to have a head coach who knows what he’s doing.”




    It's not just the veterans that are heaping praise on their coach, it's some
    of the rookies as well. And with only a small sample size thus far, it's very
    telling about the leader and man Coach Coughlin has become.





    “He treats you like man. He expects you to respond like a man and carry
    yourself in the proper manner. Everything is team-oriented and it’s focused on
    the main goal of winning and not being selfish. It’s always about the team,"
    safety Jojo
    Nicolas
    said.




    The coaching style and interaction isn't the only thing that separates
    Coughlin from the rest; it's the love he has for his job. At 66-years-old, he's
    the oldest coach in the league, but you'd never know it when he's out on the
    field doing his thing. That sort of passion for the games rubs off on his
    players as well.





    “He’s 66, but he seems like he’s 26 to me, walking around out there excited
    and stuff," safety Janzen
    Jackson
    .




    The season is still months away, but already the team is having fun and
    enjoying themselves. They're looking ahead and are anxious to repeat as Super
    Bowl champions, and that sort of desire and determination spreads from the top
    down."

    http://www.giants101.com/

    BIG BLUE VIEW

    NY GIANTS' NEWS AND NOTES: MINI-CAMP MONDAY EDITION

    Excerpt: "Good morning fellow Giants fans. It's Monday, and tomorrow begins a three-day
    mini-camp for the team. It sure feels like they have had a lot of workouts, and
    that's because they have. But pretty soon, it's going to get awful quiet before
    training camp begins. Still, the Giants are defending champs, so there is much
    work to be done, and a lot of preparation for the defense of the title. There
    also are more PR opportunities, and obligations/honors such as visiting the
    White House on Friday. Meanwhile, let's see what else is going on....." Read more...

    http://www.bigblueview.com/section/news



    INSIDE FOOTBALL


    REPORT: GIANTS' OFFENSIVE LINEMAN DAVID DIEHL ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF DWI

    "New York Giants offensive tackle David Diehl was reportedly
    arrested Sunday night in Queens on suspicion of DWI.


    Details of Diehl’s arrest, which was first reported by WNBC, were still developing, but
    one report alleges that the offensive lineman hit a couple of parked cars before
    being taken into police custody.




    Diehl, who was being held at the 114th precinct, reportedly failed failed a breathalyzer test and will face a
    judge on Monday morning."

    http://www.insidefootball.com/



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    http://www.nfl.com/teams/newyorkgiants/profile?team=NYG




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    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/foo...ts/?eref=sinav





    ESPN.COM

    GIANTS' DAVID DIEHL ARRESTED FOR DWI

    "City police say New York
    Giants
    offensive lineman David Diehl has been charged with driving
    while intoxicated.


    Police say they got calls about a vehicle accident in Queens around 8:45 p.m.
    Sunday.




    When they got there, they found a BMW had struck several parked cars along
    35th Avenue.

    They say Diehl was behind the wheel. He was charged after a Breathalyzer test
    allegedly showed he was above the legal limit.


    Diehl was being held in the 114th precinct in Queens, according to WNBC-TV,
    which first reported the arrest.




    The New York Post reported Diehl, a member of both of the Giants' recent
    Super Bowl-winning teams, struck vehicles on 35th Avenue near 31st Street in
    Astoria.




    There were no passengers and Diehl was not injured, according to the
    newspaper.




    Peter Schaffer, Diehl's agent, did not discuss the arrest when reached by
    ESPNNewYork.com.




    "I am honored to represent David Diehl," Schaffer wrote in an email. "One of,
    if not the classiest, most humblest New York Giants ever."




    Diehl, who won the Wellington Mara Man of the Year Award on May 22, tweeted
    earlier Sunday that he was at Westchester Country Club to attend a charity
    event.




    Diehl, who is of Croatian descent, also tweeted Sunday about Croatia's 3-1
    victory over Ireland in a European Championship game."

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/_/name/nyg/new-york-giants



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    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

  • #2
    Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

    Thanks for the news RF. The news about Diehl is a total shock.

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    • #3
      Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

      [quote user="nygsb42champs"]Thanks for the news RF. The news about Diehl is a total shock.[/quote]

      Indeed. A very stupid mistake on his part. Fortunately, no one was injured.
      “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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      • #4
        Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

        Come on David!

        He should have known better. I guess he couldn't help in celebrating Croatia's victory over Ireland in Euro 2012, which will be short-lived once Italy and Spain knock em out.

        Also, Victor Cruz was at the Puerto Rican Parade on Sunday.

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        • #5
          Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.



          thanks Roanoke! [B]




          whats Diehl thinking about?? he'd be the last one id think of this!!




          he is lucky no one was hurt!!

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          • #6
            Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

            thanks Roanoke

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            • #7
              Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

              [quote user="BigBlue1971"]

              thanks Roanoke! [B]




              whats Diehl thinking about?? he'd be the last one id think of this!!




              he is lucky no one was hurt!!

              [/quote]

              He clearly wasn't thinking is the point. Hopefully a lesson learned.
              “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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              • #8
                Re: NEWS, NOTES, RUMORS, AND GOSSIP: MONDAY, JUNE 11, 2012 - 9:38 A.M.

                [quote user="fourth&forever"]thanks Roanoke[/quote]

                [Y]
                “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.” MB Rule # 1

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