D.J. Swearinger's time in Washington is over after just two seasons. The decision comes just two days removed from the safety making critical comments about defensive coordinator Greg Manusky following Saturday's 25-16 loss to the Titans.
Here's a look at how the 27-year-old's NFL career has gone to date:
2013-2014: Houston Texans (32 games)
2015: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7 games)
2015-2016: Arizona Cardinals (20 games)
2017-2018: Washington Redskins (31 games)
Make no mistake about it, six teams in four years isn't exactly a good look, especially given Swearinger's issues with the Texans coaching staff when he left in 2014.
Swearinger did enough, however, through 15 games (51 tackles, four interceptions) to be named an alternate to the Pro Bowl.
The 27-year-old was in the second year of a three-year, $13.5-million deal he inked with the Redskins before the 2017 season. He started at safety in all 31 games.
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