New York Giants news and rumors for Monday afternoon, including a possible suitor for free-agent safety Kenny Phillips.
There was no New York Giants' notebook this morning. A few stories of interest have popped up, however, so here is a special Monday afternoon notebook for you.
-- Giants' safety Kenny Phillips and former Giant Chris Canty could be on the radar of the Carolina Panthers, where former Giants pro personnel analyst Dave Gettleman is now the general manager.
[Giants' free agency predictions | Eagles keep Michael Vick]
-- Canty appears to have a number of suitors, including the Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs.
-- David Diehl pleaded guilty this morning to drunk driving after a soccer match last summer. Diehl admitted to driving a black BMW into two parked cars on 31st Street in Astoria on June 10.
-- ESPN looks at the off-season questions surrounding the Giants' offensive line. Like I do, ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk believes the re-signing of left tackle Will Beatty is the Giants' top free-agent priority.