Swearinger lays another big hit on Clemson player
The former Gamecock had another big hit on a Tiger.
D.J. Swearinger was always known as a big-hitter during his days at South Carolina. The former Gamecock safety has continued that reputation into his pro career.
Most known for hist big hit in 2012 (pictured above) against former Clemson running back Andre Ellington (ironically his teammate now with the Arizona Cardinals), Swearinger had another big hit on a former Tiger on Monday Night Football against the New York Jets.
That hit. pic.twitter.com/amXA2Z8CCV— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) October 18, 2016
Swearinger followed up that big hit with an interception on that same defensive series. Peake was escorted by trainers to the Jets' locker room to be tested for a concussion.
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