Tapp was released by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Tapp will see his tenure with the Bucs end after five weeks with the squad. He only played during the previous three weeks and tallied two tackles during that span. He was let go in order to make room for rookie defensive end Pat O'Connor, as the team appears to be looking toward the future.
Tapp posted two solo tackles, including one sack and another tackle for loss, in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Jets.
The veteran pass rusher was active for the first time in a Tampa uniform and immediately paid dividends by notching his 29th career sack. With William Gholston (neck) sidelined Sunday, Tapp played on 33 percent (23 snaps) of the Buccaneers' defensive plays, but that volume is likely to take a hit once the former returns to the field. As a result, Tapp remains off the IDP radar for the moment, although he could gain a measure of relevance in deeper formats if Gholston's absence persists for multiple games.
Tapp signed with the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Tapp was most recently released by the Saints in mid-September. He has 28 career sacks and will presumably provide depth on at defensive end.
Tapp was released by the Saints on Saturday, Nick Underhill of The Advocate reports.
Tapp signed with New Orleans just three days ago so the dismissal is a bit perplexing. The initial thought here is that Tapp might find his way back onto the roster following Sunday's contest. Tapp was released to help reinforce a thin secondary.
Tapp signed a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Tapp was released by the Saints prior to the start of the season after recording six tackles (five solo) and a sack in four preseason games. The 33-year-old likely will only play a reserve role in New Orleans' defensive line rotation, similar to last season.
Tapp was released Sunday by the Saints, John Katzenstein of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Tapp re-signed with the Saints back in March for his 12th NFL season after appearing in all 16 games and recording 17 total tackles last season. The veteran will now begin the 2017 season on the free agent market.
Tapp re-signed with the Saints on Thursday, Larry Holder of The Times-Picayune reports.
Tapp will be entering his 12th NFL season in 2017. In 2016, his first year with New Orleans, Tapp played in all 16 games, recording 17 tackles, including 0.5 sacks. He'll likely be a backup player once again in the upcoming campaign.
Tapp (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Bears.
After participating in practice in a limited fashion Wednesday and Thursday, Tapp logged full duty during Friday's session to clear up any concern about his availability for Week 6. He's slated to come off the bench as part of the Lions' defensive line rotation.
The Lions have re-signed defensive end Darryl Tapp, according to Jeff Katzenstein of the Detroit News, citing NFLPA data.
Tapp was scheduled to become a free agent on March 10. He reportedly signed for the minimum salary, which is $870,000 for veterans. He made $855,000 last season.
Tapp had 17 tackles, half a sack and two pass defenses in his first year with the Lions, last season. He's been in the NFL since 2006, with the Seahawks, Eagles and Redskins.
Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson (ankle) is active for Sunday's Wild Card matchup with the Cowboys after being listed as probable for the game on the team's final injury report.
Johnson was fully expected to be available and will serve as the team's top receiving threat in the playoff game. Defensive ends Ezekiel Ansah (toe) and Darryl Tapp (not injury related) are also active after being listed as probable to play. The Lions will be without two injured players Sunday: defensive tackle Nick Fairley and guard Larry Warford.
Detroit is a 6-point underdog in Dallas for Sunday's playoff game.
The Lions have listed wide receiver Calvin Johnson (ankle), defensive end Ezekiel Ansah (toe) and defensive end Darryl Tapp (not injury related) as probable for Sunday's wild-card clash against the Cowboys.
Guard Larry Warford (knee) was ruled out, while defensive tackle Nick Fairley (knee) was labeled doubtful for Detroit's first playoff game since 2011.
The Lions are 6 1/2-point underdogs at Dallas. The line originally opened at 8 points in favor of the Cowboys.
The Lions re-signed Darryl Tapp after placing Kyle Van Noy (hernia) on short-term injured reserve Tuesday. Tapp was released during the team's final cuts Saturday.
The Lions have announced all their cuts in getting their roster down to 53.
The offensive players released are fullback Chad Abram, quarterback James Franklin, linemen Michael Williams, Garrett Reynolds and Darren Keyton, wide receiver Kris Durham, running backs George Winn and Michael Egnew.
The defenders gone are cornerbacks Chris Greenwood, Mohammed Seisay, Nate Ness, Aaron Hester and Jonte Green, end Darryl Tapp and linebacker Shamari Benton.
Placekicker Giorgio Tavecchio and punter Drew Butler have also been cut.
Veteran defensive end Darryl Tapp has been released by the Lions.
Tapp, who signed with the team in March, has played in 114 games during his eight-year career, but his numbers have diminished over the last six seasons. He managed just seven tackles in 11 games played with Washington in 2013.
The Lions added defensive lineman Darryl Tapp via free agency Thursday, according to the Detroit Free Press. Terms of the deal are not yet known for the veteran who spent last season with the Redskins, recording one sack in 11 games.
In addition to quarterback Robert Griffin III, who has been shut down for the season to preserve his health, and tight end Jordan Reed, who is still dealing with a concussion, the Redskins' list of inactives for Week 15 at Atlanta includes defensive back Bacarri Rambo, defensive back Chase Minnifield, linebacker Brandon Jenkins, linebacker Darryl Tapp and offensive lineman Josh LeRibeus. All five are healthy scratches.
The Washington Redskins listed four players as healthy inactives for the Week 9 home game against the Chargers Sunday. Third-string quarterback Rex Grossman is inactive. The Redskins also listed guard Josh LeRibeus, tight end Fred Davis and linebacker Darryl Tapp as healthy scratches.
Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett has revealed some changes to the team's pass-rushing packages during the preseason.
In some third-down situations, Haslett has utilized six linebackers to take advantage of the talent at the position. Haslett has had linebackers Ryan Kerrigan and Darryl Tapp lined up in three-point stances, Brian Orakpo and Brandon Jenkins at their outside linebacker positions, and London Fletcher and Perry Riley as inside linebackers as always.
Haslett is carrying through on his vision to use all of his top pass rushers at the same time.
"Just something to try to get a little more speed on the field. We are just trying some things out right now," Haslett said, per The Washington Post. "Obviously, when we get into the regular season, who we’re playing, when we’re playing, how we’re playing them, the teams we’re playing will dictate what we can do. We ran it last week, wanted to see what it looked like and I thought those guys did a nice job with it."
The Redskins have signed Darryl Tapp, naming him as a linebacker instead of as a defensive end. He played with the Eagles last season.