Friday, March 19, 2010

Seattle defensive end with the Philadelphia exchange

In order to strengthen the impact of passing on an opponent team, the Philadelphia Eagles trade from the Seattle Seahawks to a defensive end Daryl - tap. Seahawk team returned to be defensive end Chris - Clemons and the Hawks this year's fourth-round draft pick.

2006 Seattle's second-round draft pick to select the tap, he for the team's 65 games, 18 times sack, 2 steals, 8 to force the ball away off the ball and four recovery. In the 2007 game against St. Louis Rams, he has four times single-game sack. "Daryl is a very serious rugby player, and we are very pleased to get him," Eagles coach Andy - Reid said. "He played very hard and very smart, he is a good man and will be well into our defensive system."

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