David Diaz-Infante Biography
|Quick facts about David Diaz-Infante Biography|
|Date of birth :||March 31, 1964|
|Birth Country:||United States|
|Net worth:||$15 million|
Born on March 31, 1964, as a son of Mexican father Ignatio and Finnish mother, Gusravo David Miguel Diaz-Infante, often known as David Diaz-Infante is a well known former American football player for his guard and center position. He currently works as sports analyst. Diaz-Infante was born and grown up in San Jose California where he completed his high school and college education. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Diego Chargers Broncos in NFL. He also played for the Frankfurt Galaxy in NFL, for the Sacramento Gold Mines in CFL and for the Las Vegas Outlaws in XFL. Diaz-Infante has been working with ESPN since 2004 and serves ESPN2 and ESPNU telecasts as a college football analyst.
Diaz-Infante came to United States with his father and mother from mexico as a Mexican immigrant to U.S. In 1982, Diaz-Infante graduated from Bellarmine and he joined San Jose State University and studied there from 1982 to 1987 and earned bachelor of arts degree in social service. In 1987 he played for San Diego Charsges and started his football career.
Undrafted in 1987, Diaz-Infante started to work as a free agent for San Diego chargers in the NFL Players Association Strike during that year. He joined Frankfurt Galaxy in 1991 and played WLAF for a year. In 1993, Sacramento Gold Miners drafted Diaz-Infante and he started to appear in Canadian Football League (CFL).During year 1996-1998, Davis-infante played for Denver Broncos and moved to Philadelphia Eagles in 1999. He played XFL representing Las Vegas Outlaws in 2001 and returned to Denver Broncos in 2001. In early January 2016, Todd Bowels kept eyes on Diaz-Infante and signed him as an assistantship offensive line coach.
After retiring from his professional career from football, Diaz-Infante wanted to be close with American Football. Using his expertise that he had earned during his playing career, Diaz-Infante is currently working as a color analyst for ESPN, where he covers West Coast College football. Before serving ESPN, Diaz-Infante served Big East Network. He worked as a co-host of Denver am radio 760 the zone’s afternoon sports talk-show. Along with former Broncos lineman Mark Schlereth, he worked as a co-host of Denver am radio 760 the zone’s afternoon sports talk. Currently serves the Arizona Cardinals as an assistant offensive line coach.
During his career, Diaz –Infante won various awards including First-team AII-PCAA(1986), California Bowl champion(1986) and Super Bowl champion (XXXII,XXIII). Currently he is a member of the San Jose State Sports Hall of Fame. In spring 2013, Diaz-Infante was recipient of the Bill Wish Minority Fellowship.
He stands tall with height of six feet and four inchs, which is 1.91 in meters and has weight of 134kg. Despite of being in his 50s, he looks young, vibrant and energetic. Working hard as a player, coach and analyst, Diaz-Infante has earned net worth of $15 million. While talking about his personal life, he remains private about his personal matters such as relationship, past affair and girlfriend.