New Cardinal D.J. Swearinger learns lessons with release from Redskins

New Cardinal D.J. Swearinger learns lessons with release from Redskins

New Cardinal D.J. Swearinger learns lessons with release from Redskins

Following the Redskins' 25-16 loss to the Titans in Week 16, starting Safety D.J. Swearinger was critical of the team's defensive coaching staff and the decision making that took place.

It's quite possible Swearinger could make his debut in a Cardinals helmet instead as a Pro Bowler, as NBC Sports confirmed with the National Football League office he would wear an Arizona helmet if he's needed. "It's just learning, though, that I'll keep my mouth shut next time and just keep playing football and do what I do on the football field and let my talents do the talking". "I'm happy it happened and ready to move forward". With Giants Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins injured, Swearinger could wind up being named to the Pro Bowl as a replacement. "That's on me. I got to control that and be better at that".

Swearinger called into 106.7 The Fan on Monday amid reports that he was cut from the team. But the Arizona Cardinals were awarded Swearinger over the Packers and Oakland Raiders based on waiver priority, which is determined by record.

Regarding Blaine Gabbert's appearance, in which he was 7 of 11 for 101 yards and a touchdown, Swearinger implied on Saturday that Manusky made Gabbert's job easy, saying that "a kindergarten quarterback could know" how to beat the Redskins' defense, via That's probably documented. I try to give my insight, but you know, it doesn't work.

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"I don't stand in front of you guys and throw coaches or players underneath the bus, but best believe it gets addressed and he would understand the same thing", Wilks said. "He would quickly understand that". "That's another frustration that comes from me, when we don't win".

Cunningham, a seventh-round pick, started six games at left tackle for Arizona before going down late on Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams. If I play on Sunday, I'll be more than ready to play. "I ain't the coach", Swearinger said two weeks ago after a 40-16 loss to the Giants.

TEMPE, Ariz. - On his first day of his second stint with the Arizona Cardinals, safety D.J.

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