Giants offensive tackle David Diehl takes $3.825 million pay cut
Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 26, 2013
New York Giants right tackle David Diehl has taken a $3.825 million pay cut, a source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to "Shutdown Corner". Diehl was scheduled to earn $4.825 million in cash compensation with a cap number of $6.9 million in 2013, the final season of his current contract. David Diehl has taken a substantial pay cut Giants tackle David Diehl said earlier this month that he’d be willing to restructure his deal to help the team sign other players. Diehl did finish the season as the Giants’ starting right tackle, but it remains to be seen if he’ll have that job when camp opens in July. As expected, OT David Diehl has agreed to a reduction in pay, freeing up much-needed cap room for the Giants…. Assuming Osi Umenyiora winds up leaving the Giants, Diehl will be the longest-tenured member of the team and the only Giant who has been on the team longer than quarterback Eli Manning. He had started every game he played in for the Giants until this past season when he returned from a three-game absence due to an injured right knee and briefly lost his right tackle job to Sean Locklear.
As expected, OT David Diehl has agreed to a reduction in pay, freeing up much-needed cap room for the Giants…. The Giants and David Diehl finally reached agreement on his contract, lowering his 2013 salary from $4.475 million to just $1 million. - Ral