D.J. Swearinger sounds off on Kendall Fuller trade
Now that Washington Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger has had time to digest the team trading cornerback Kendall Fuller to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for quarterback Alex Smith, he is still upset.
Swearinger sounded off Wednesday on his Twitter account posting three tweets before deleting two of them.
Washington safety and defensive captain @JungleBoi_Swagg aint happy about trading Kendall Fuller. And I dont blame him. pic.twitter.com/5MZaTL4UYo Master Tesfatsion (@MasterTes) January 31, 2018
Swearinger deleted the first two tweets, but still has this one up:
Men And Woman Lie!!! #NUMBERS Tell The Truth!!! Offense Wins Games!! Defense Wins Championships!!! DJ Swearinger (@JungleBoi_Swagg) January 31, 2018
Fuller, 22, was very close to the rest of the Redskins’ defensive backs, particularly Swearinger and cornerback Josh Norman. Fuller also took major strides in 2017, being graded as one of the league’s best slot defenders.
Swearinger was also outspoken during the season with his comments over the Redskins’ preparation.