By Nick Schwartz | USA Today
In the wake of a shocking Washington Post report on a sexual harassment scandal involving executives of Washington's NFL team, former Washington safety D.J. Swearinger is calling for high-ranking members of the organization to be "exposed."
Swearinger, now with the New Orleans Saints, shared what he claims to be a text message exchange with former Washington coach Jay Gruden, who was fired in 2019. Swearinger was released by Washington in 2018 after he publicly criticized then-defensive coordinator Greg Manusky. Earlier that month, on Dec. 8th, 2018, Swearinger had told reporters not to blame the players for the Redskins' defensive struggles.
In a text message marked Dec. 8th, Swearinger says Gruden texted him, starting the conversation with a profane message: "Wanna play? Let's (expletive) play."
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