Being an NFL player is stuff that dreams are made of. From the outside looking in, it looks like you’re pretty much living the good life: you play in front of millions every weekend, have a fairly high salary and usually the best of what life has to offer. But most don’t know what goes into that what makes the lifestyle and how to come out of it when your career is over.
Few know this better that NFL veteran Darryl Tapp. Tapp is a defensive end for the Detroit Lions. His NFL career started in 2006 and he’s been on 4 NFL teams so far, which makes him a league veteran. Tapp has played for the Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles, & the Washington Redskins in the past. He’s a native of Virginia and a proud Virginia Tech Hokie. Seeing that average NFL career lasts only 3-4 years, Darryl has been in 10 years.
In this exclusive interview we learn it’s how Darryl approaches the game of football that makes him a standout.
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NFL Veteran Darryl Tapp: “Football Allowed Me To Trust In God” was originally published on praisecleveland.com