Dale Earnhardt Jr. is not impressed with his favorite NFL team.
The Washington Redskins on Saturday released D.J. Swearinger after the safety criticized the team’s coaching staff. The decision raised the eyebrows of many, considering Washington elected to sign alleged domestic abuser Reuben Foster earlier in the season and also chose to keep Mason Foster, despite the emergence a fan-leaked video of linebacker ripping the Redskins.
And Earnhardt, a diehard Redskins fan, isn’t a fan of how the Redskins are conducting business. Check out the retired NASCAR star’s reaction to the Swearinger release:
Hard to argue with Earnhardt here, or anyone else critical of the Redskins, for that matter.
It didn’t take long for Swearinger to find a new time. The hard-hitting safety reportedly was claimed off waivers by the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.
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