Monday, July 27, 2015

Tapp active; Gaither not

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Eagles Defensive end Darryl Tap was listed as active for Sunday' game against the Jaguars. It will be the first time Tapp, who was acquired for in trade with Seattle in March, will dress.

Tapp active; Gaither not

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Eagles Defensive end Darryl Tap was listed as active for Sunday' game against the Jaguars. It will be the first time Tapp, who was acquired for in trade with Seattle in March, will dress.

Running back Joique Bell, who the Eagles signed off Buffalo's practice squad last week, is also active.

Linebacker Omar Gaither, meanwhile, was listed as inactive. Gaither started last week at middle linebacker in place of an injured Stewart Bradley. Bradley is back, but Gaither has apparently slipped below rookie Jamar Chaney on the depth chart.

Here's the rest of the Eagles' inactive list: cornerback Trevard Lindley, defensive end Antwan Barnes, defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, linebacker Keenan Clayton, tackle Austin Howard and tight end Clay Harbor. Mike Kafka is the emergency third quarterback.

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