By: Justin Stevens
According to Facebook:
“For those wondering or those who have no clue,At rookie mini camp this past weekend I suffered another concussion. With this concussion happening so soon after the concussion I had in January at the senior bowl, it left many people concerned including family, doctors, and myself about my health and future if I were to continue playing. With that being said, after having an MRI done, along with multiple tests and a history of quite a few collisions as a fullback, the doctor and I came into agreement that it would be in my best interest for my football career to go ahead and come to an end. I know that God has a plan for everything and I love my wife and daughter way too much to risk my future with them. To all of my friends, family, and fans, I love y’all too and want to say thank y’all for all of your support over my years of playing football. God bless. ”
Diehl signed with the Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent, and the team released him Wednesday due to his concussion. Diehl had six carries for eight yards and seven catches for 39 yards at Clemson, where he was known as blocker and a special teams player.