Cardinals claim D.J. Swearinger off waivers

Cardinals claim D.J. Swearinger off waivers

On Sunday, Gruden said he was "quite disappointed" in the safety's comments on Saturday night and said he would evaluate those comments before rendering final judgement. In fact, no other team in the National Football League besides the Arizona Cardinals had the chance to claim the Pro Bowl alternate. It is what many believe had paved the way for Swearinger's exit from Washington which shocked fans and experts alike, considering that he was among the few and most consistent performer on a team that's going nowhere this year. "At the end of the day, we thought it was best for him to let him go and best for us moving forward".

"I$3 understand it wasn't my role to call out the defensive coaches even though we had a relationship", Swearinger said. "I'm happy it happened and ready to move forward".

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After breaking the news live on the air, Swearinger spent the next 30 minutes dishing on a wide range subjects, ranging from his feelings about Gruden as a head coach, Manusky as a coordinator, the Redskins' "laid back" practice and preparation habits, not getting the captain's. Swearinger played for the Cardinals in late 2015 and 2016. "If the coaches feel I'm too smart or a weapon as far as my smarts are concerned. they've got to release the guy that has knowledge or has respect in the locker room, I guess". So I can only put my heart in this s--, dog. and give them what I can give them. He's also a Pro Bowl level talent, which is something the Kansas City Chiefs are lacking in their secondary. The now-former Washington safety said the defense should have been more aggressive against a backup quarterback, adding that he "probably (watches) more film than the coaches." In 2016, playing on a $1.671 million tender, Swearinger turned in one of his best National Football League seasons with 65 tackles, two sacks and a then-career-high three interceptions. So I think everybody will learn from it, grow from it. Obviously, I didn't make it clear to certain people that we don't talk about our business to the media, and for me to allow that to creep in is ultimately my fault.