David Diehl Bio | Wiki
David Diehl is an American analyst and former American football offensive lineman. He currently serves as a college football analyst at CBS Sports Network. He joined the station in 2017. As a former NFL lineman, he played with the New York Giants on two Super Bowl championship teams, beating the New England Patriots in both games. In addition, he played for the Giant’s from 2003 to 2013.
David Diehl Age
He was born on September 15, 1980, in Chicago, Illinois, in the United States of America. David is 41 years old.
David Diehl Height
He is a man of tall stature. David stands at 6 ft 6 in (Approx 1.98 m).
David Diehl Family
He was born to his supportive and caring parents in Chicago, Illinois, the United States. David is the son of Darlene of Croatian descent and Jerry Diehl of German descent. He also has two brothers Jerry and Jeff. David has the Croatian word for indestructible, tattooed on his left arm. His grandmother, Lucija Semanic was born in the USA, but was from the island Krk in Croatia, while his grandfather, Ante Bekavac, emigrated to the United States from Lovreć in Croatia.
David Diehl Wife
He is hitched to his beautiful wife Nicole Diehl in 2006. The duo has spent over a decade together and they have a daughter Addison Elizabeth Diehl.
David Diehl Education
He receved his high school diploma from Brother Rice High School in Chicago. David played on the football, wrestling, and track teams and also attended St. Linus Grammar school in Oak Lawn. He later enrolled at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign and played for the Illinois Fighting Illini football team. In 2002 he was a second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection as a senior. David also receved the Wright Commitment to Excellence Award. In 2000 he made 15 knockdowns as he participated in 43 plays and was redshirted as a freshman in 1998.
David Diehl Giants
He was first drafted during the fifth round of the 2003 NFL Draft with the 160th overall selection by the New York Giants. David started all 16 NFL games as a rookie in 2003. Moreover, he was a left guard in 15 regular game seasons and a right tackle in one game. During the end of the 2009 season, he was appointed as the 2010 Pro Bowl as a Super Bowl Participant replacement. David and the Giants appeared in Super Bowl XLVI at the end of the 2011 season. Further, he underwent right thumb surgery on August 21, 2013, and recovery time was expected to be approximately six weeks. He announced his retirement on January 24, 2014, after 11 seasons.
David Diehl Tattoo
He wears his heart on his sleeve and the rest of his arms, shin, and trapezoid as well. On his left arm, he has the Croatian coat of arms. He also has two other prominent Croatian-inspired tattoos “Neunistiv” on the inside of his left biceps and another on his left shin. The tattoo is the image of a sunglass-wearing face with a full head of hair.
David Diehl CBS Sports
He currently serves as a college football analyst at CBS Sports Network. He joined the station in 2017 working along with Jason Horowitz on the No. 6 college football team. David also serves on Fox’s NFL telecasts as a color analyst. He joined the station after his retirement on August 6, 2014.
Some of David’s colleagues at CBS Sports include:
Grant Wahl – Soccer Analyst
Jimmy Conrad – Sports Analyst
Heath Cummings – Senior Fantasy Sports Writer
Adam Aizer – On-Camera Host
Will Brinson – Blogger
John Breech – NFL Writer
Zach Gelb – Host
Dayn Perry – Contributor
David Diehl Salary
His main source of income is from his work at CBS Sports and FOX NFL telecasts. David’s salary is $80,570 annually.
David Diehl Net Worth
He has calculated decent fortune over the years working as a sports analyst and a former football offensive lineman. David’s estimated net worth of $1.5 Million.
How Old Is David Diehl
David is 41 years old born on September 15, 1980, in Chicago, Illinois, in the USA.
Who Is David Diehl
David is an American analyst and former American football offensive lineman. He currently serves as a college football analyst at CBS Sports Network. He joined the station in 2017. As a former NFL lineman, he played with the New York Giants from 2003 to 2013.