David Diehl has turned into one of the top young sports analysts and personalities after an unbelievable football career with the New York Giants. On the football field, Diehl was one of the most versatile and best value draft picks in Giants history. As a 5th round pick, he went on to win 2 Super Bowls, selected to both the Pro Bowl and All Pro, and finished his career with 164 games started which is the 12th most in the history of the New York Giants History and the most by an offensive lineman. After retiring in 2014 after playing all 11 season for the Giants, Diehl was hired by NFL on Fox as a color commentator and became the first player to go straight from the field to the press box since Troy Aikman in 2001. Alongside NFL on Fox, Diehl immediately became a full time member of the New York Giants broadcast team where he interviews players and coaches, cohosts all of their major national television shows and shows for Giants.com, and emcees Giants events throughout the East Coast. And if you thought that was enough, Diehl also is a key contributor and the New York City correspondent for NFL Networks show "Good Morning Football and hosts "The Opening Drive" every Wednesday morning on Sirius XM NFL Radio. It is not often to see such a seamless transition to a post football career as the one in which we've witnessed with David Diehl. I have absolutely no doubt that this is just the beginning of a long and successful career in broadcasting and entertainment like the one he had wearing an NFL uniform.