Darryl Tapp LB DET Dec 22 '79
Lions signed DE/LB Darryl Tapp, formerly of the Redskins.
Tapp, 29, is a special teamer and reserve edge player. He does not figure to push for significant defensive playing time barring multiple injuries.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Dec 22 '79
Free agent DE/OLB Darryl Tapp is visiting the Lions Thursday.
Tapp appeared in 11 games for the Redskins last year, recording one sack and seven tackles as seldom-used outside linebacker. The Skins did not want him back.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Jan 23 '79
The Washington Post confirms the Redskins are moving Darryl Tapp to outside linebacker.
Tapp has played his entire seven-year career at defensive end, but the Redskins are trying him out as a situational pass rusher behind Brian Orakpo. If Washington fails to upgrade in the draft, Tapp could see extended playing time to open the season with Rob Jackson suspended for the first four games of 2013.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Jan 06 '79
Redskins agreed to terms with OLB Darryl Tapp, formerly of the Eagles, on a one-year contract.
Tapp, 28, recorded 13 tackles and a half-sack in 13 games with the Eagles last season, but he played in just 257 defensive snaps while acting as the fifth or sixth defensive end. The seven-year veteran has 24 career sacks, and he'll be solid veteran depth behind injury-prone Brian Orakpo at the pass-rushing outside linebacker spot. Tapp is also a plus run defender.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Jun 12 '78
Eagles DE Darryl Tapp agreed to a pay-cut to keep his roster spot.
Tapp was on the trade block, but will stick around after agreeing to slash his untenable $2.575 million salary for a reserve end. It's unknown how large of a cut he agreed to. No better than sixth on the depth chart, Tapp won't tally more than the 2-3 sacks he's been averaging the past three seasons.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Jun 09 '78
The Wilmington News Journal expects the Eagles to trade DE Darryl Tapp before Week 1.
Tapp may be cut if he isn't traded, so interested parties could potentially wait and sign him for cheaper than his $2.575 million base salary after he's released. The 28-year-old Tapp registered 2.5 sacks and a forced fumble on limited snaps last season. He's buried behind Jason Babin, Trent Cole, Brandon Graham, Vinny Curry, and Philip Hunt on Philadelphia's defensive end depth chart.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Mar 31 '78
The Sideline View's Adam Caplan floats Eagles DE Darryl Tapp as a potential trade candidate during training camp.
Tapp is a relatively significant salary ($2.575 million) for a player coming off a 2.5-sack season, but he might be able to net Philly a sixth- or seventh-round pick. Tapp's availability will be contingent on the health and effectiveness of Brandon Graham, as well as the progress of young DEs Phillip Hunt and Vinny Curry.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Feb 10 '78
The Philadelphia Inquirer expects the Eagles to keep one of DEs Darryl Tapp and Phillip Hunt.
Beat writer Jeff McLane believes Hunt's supposedly untapped potential might give him an edge over Tapp, but that the Eagles may decide to keep Tapp as veteran insurance on young players like Brandon Graham and Vinny Curry. The real X-factor could be salary. Hunt is due just $465,000, while Tapp is currently scheduled for an odious $2.575 million.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Jan 11 '78
Eagles DE Darryl Tapp missed out on a roster bonus payment that would have been due on April 11.
It was an incentive-based roster bonus, but Tapp's 2.5-sack, 27-tackle 2011 season left the Eagles off the hook for the money. Jeff McLane of the Philly Inquirer predicts Tapp "will be back" with the club despite his disappointing production and $2.575 million salary. We wouldn't be so sure, especially if the Eagles find a more promising pass rusher early in the draft.
Darryl Tapp LB DET Sep 21 '77
Eagles DE Darryl Tapp suffered a broken rib in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
A single broken rib doesn't always necessarily sideline a player, but with the Eagles down to playing for pride, it's likely Tapp will miss at least Week 15. A reserve pass rusher, Tapp has tallied 22 tackles and three sacks in 10 games.