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D.J. Swearinger says he’s going back to Arizona

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Swearinger has gone from one non-playoff team to another.
A second-round pick of the Texans in 2013, Swearinger was waived after two years in Houston.
The Buccaneers gave him a landing spot until November, at which time Tampa Bay released him.
The Cardinals eventually signed Swearinger to the practice squad.
He replaced Tyrann Mathieu on the roster after Mathieu suffered a December ACL tear.
In 2016, Swearinger played in all 16 games, starting 12.
Washington signed Swearinger as a free agent in 2017.
Signed through 2019, Swearinger has a $4.25 million salary plus a $250,000 roster bonus next year.
Arizona had dibs over all other teams in the waiver priority.

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D.J. Swearinger has gone from one non-playoff team to another.

The former Washington safety, cut after repeatedly bad-mouthing the coaching staff, has indicated on social media that he’s returning to Arizona.

A second-round pick of the Texans in 2013, Swearinger was waived after two years in Houston. The Buccaneers gave him a landing spot until November, at which time Tampa Bay released him. The Cardinals eventually signed Swearinger to the practice squad.

He replaced Tyrann Mathieu on the roster after Mathieu suffered a December ACL tear. In 2016, Swearinger played in all 16 games, starting 12.

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