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Darryl Tapp agreed to restructure his contract and take a pay cut before the Eagles narrowed their roster to 53 on Friday, according to an NFL source.
The defensive end was slated to earn $2.575 million this season. The Eagles and Tapp were still working on a new figure.
Tapp, who signed with the Eagles in March 2010, is in the last year of his contract, he's recorded 5.5 sacks in two seasons with the Birds. Last season, Tapp was slowed by injuries, he performed well this preseason, though. Source: The Inquirer
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