Detroit Lions Sign DE Darryl Tapp, OLB Kyle Van Noy Put on IR

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The Detroit Lions have decided to bring in a familiar helping hand to help them deal with the injury to their rookie outside linebacker Kyle Van Noy. Darryl Tapp, who was recently cut by Detroit, was brought back in to help give the Lions an extra hand at getting to the quarterback. Although Darryl Tapp is a defensive end by trade, he is very quick to get off the ball, and he has shown great ability to get to the quarterback.

The Lions rookie linebacker has recently undergone core muscle surgery to repair a sports hernia. Kyle Van Noy is going to be placed on the injured reserve, with a possibility to appear after 8 games. Depending on the Lions situation at the time, it may be a good idea to make sure that Van Noy is completely healthy before he gets back in action.

8 thoughts on “Detroit Lions Sign DE Darryl Tapp, OLB Kyle Van Noy Put on IR”

  1. No doubt Michael Burton..I don’t believe we have a single starter that we’ve drafted on our team.. Not a single one much less any pro bowlers

  2. If you notice the depth chart Enron is listed as the 3rd TE … I KNOW…depth charts may not mean much but usually not a good sign as hes not listed with the recurving team

  3. We have not a single starter that we’ve drafted? That has to be the most uneducated statement I’ve read, yet. Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson, Ziggy Ansah, Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley, Dominic Raiola, Darius Slay, Nate Freese, Brandon Pettigrew, and they’re all drafted as Lions. Also, Suh is a perennial Pro Bowler and All American. I don’t know where you get your facts, but you should try to be at least a little bit correct before sputtering garbage.

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