In his weekly appearance on 106.7 The Fan, Swearinger said he was "shocked" when head coach Jay Gruden informed him of the team's decision during a face-to-face meeting at Redskins Park but is "at peace" with the move.
Swearinger will join a 3-12 Cardinals team that is one loss from securing the first overall pick in the 2019 National Football League draft. "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". "That's on me. I got to control that and be better at that".
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 played four games for Arizona in 2015 and was with the Cardinals the entire 2016 season, finishing with three interceptions, 64 tackles and two sacks. There are few safeties in the league who are able to play so many positions as well as Swearinger does, and even if he drives your coaches nuts with his statements, his skill set could turn the playoff picture a bit if he's taken by the right team. That's probably documented. I try to give my insight, but you know, it doesn't work. We'll soon know what direction this organization is heading in once the 2018 season comes to a close. Arizona plays at Seattle on Sunday. He also said that "the coaches think I'm too smart or I'm a weapon with my smarts". But Wilks, who had yet to sit down wtih Swearinger, added that the reason the safety was released from Washington wouldn't be tolerated.
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To make room on the roster for Swearinger, the Cardinals placed rookie tackle Korey Cunningham (foot) on injured reserve.
Hopefully, the Redskins will continue to purge players, coaches, and executives that continue to underperform or become distractions.
"I mean, have thoughts but it's not really my place to share it", he said. He's the seventh offensive lineman placed on IR by Arizona this season.