D.J. Swearinger happy to be back in Arizona with Cardinals

D.J. Swearinger happy to be back in Arizona with Cardinals

D.J. Swearinger happy to be back in Arizona with Cardinals

Among other things, Swearinger called one of Manusky's play-calling "horrible" and said the team should have been more aggressive, adding Manusky made it too easy on Titans backup quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

Gruden said he understood that some players are close to Swearinger and are unhappy about the decision to move on without him, but stressed that "when you work for a company or a team, it's best that you try to be positive with your remarks".

Washington is 7-8 and closes the season with a home game against the rival Philadelphia Eagles, who still have a shot at making the playoffs and defending their National Football League title.

"I'm a very passionate player". He was selected as an alternate to the Pro Bowl.

Swearinger said he needs to control himself better when he gets emotional after games.

Swearinger was a second-round pick by the Houston Texans in the 2013 NFL Draft and has played for the Texans, Tampa Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals and Redskins during his career.

Swearinger, 27, had three interceptions, nine passes defensed and 73 tackles in 20 games (13 starts) over parts of two seasons with the Cardinals.

"I can't tell you what needs to be changed". But I definitely didn't think it would cost me my job, knowing that me and the coach had an understanding. Swearinger over the weekend and now Kansas City Chiefs fans are hoping their team can land them the flawless Christmas gift. "That's where the frustration comes in at, when we don't win".

"I mean, have thoughts but it's not really my place to share it", he said.

The transparent safety, who has shown he's not afraid to call out anyone, including his own coaches, is going back to his old franchise, as the Cardinals claimed him off waivers Tuesday.

Wilks might not be the coach past this weekend, but Swearinger is planning to stay.

Hopefully, the Redskins will continue to purge players, coaches, and executives that continue to underperform or become distractions.

Cunningham is the seventh offensive lineman the Cardinals have placed on injured reserve this season.

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