Bio on Jets new assistant offensive line coach David Diaz-Infante Dan Leberfeld

The Jets have hired David Diaz-Infante as their assistant offensive line coach.

Diaz-Infante spent the 2013-14 seasons with the Cardinals as an offensive assistant.

Diaz-Infante played seven seasons in the NFL as a guard and center with the San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles. During his NFL career, he played in 69 games with nine starts and earned Super Bowl rings with the Broncos in 1998 and 1999.

He also played in the World League of American Football with the Frankfurt Galaxy (1991-92), the Sacramento Gold Miners in the Canadian Football League (1993-94) and the Las Vegas Outlaws in the XFL (2001).

Diaz-Infante entered the NFL in 1987 with the San Diego Chargers as an undrafted free agent and played in three games as a rookie. The first of his two stints with the Broncos came in 1995-98 before playing with the Eagles in 1999 and finishing his career with Denver in 2001.

Following his playing days, Diaz-Infante worked in television as a studio analyst with FSN Rocky Mountain from 2003-04 before joining ESPN in 2004 as a college football and high school football analyst. He also served as an analyst for the Broncos radio network from 2005-08

A native of San Jose, CA, Diaz-Infante attended Bellarmine Prep (San Jose, CA) where he was the conference lineman of the year in 1981. He played college football at San Jose State where he was an honorable mention AP All-American, a first-team all-conference selection and a four-year letterman while also serving as a team captain. He was inducted into the San Jose State Sports Hall of Fame in 2006.

Diaz-Infante earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science. He and his wife, Audra, have a son, Dante Antonio, and a daughter, Alexis Maria.