Published: Thu, December 27, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

DJ Swearinger tells radio station he was called into coach’s office, released

DJ Swearinger tells radio station he was called into coach’s office, released

He was not left dangling for long.

"I'm a vocal guy, passionate guy that wants to win", Swearinger said on 106.7 The Fan, the radio station on which he broke the news of his release Monday and where he had a weekly appearance.

He added a caption referencing his split with Washington, reading, in part: "I Gave That Organization My Heart And Soul And They Spit In My Face For Giving My Opinion Only To Better The Team!" "Right wrong or indifferent I've found my peace and learned from it". 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.

Gruden had said this weekend that he was really disappointed with Swearinger's comments.

Swearinger played well for the Redskins - until they abruptly cut him Monday, after Swearinger publicly questioned the defensive playcalling of Washington defensive coordinator Greg Manusky in a loss at Tennessee.

"I voice my frustrations every single time I come off the field", Swearinger said.

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"Well, I think if you read the articles, I think those aren't constructive", Gruden said.

Swearinger has played for four National Football League teams in six career seasons despite earning a starting role in five of those campaigns.

Gruden acknowledged that cutting Swearinger was a message to the entire team. He's also got 19 stops and three forced fumbles as a tackler, and two sacks and six total pressures when asked to blitz. He signed a three-year deal with Washington worth $13.5 million with $9 million in guaranteed money in 2017 and was named a Pro Bowl alternate this year.

The Redskins surprised everyone when they released D.J.

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