Lowery was released by the Chargers on Saturday, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.
Lowery recorded 60 tackles, one interception, one touchdown, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery last season with the Chargers. The team has decided to move on, however. Rayshawn Jenkins and Tre Boston should see additional time at free safety as a result.
Lowery ended the 2016 campaign with 60 tackles, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery to go along with a defensive touchdown.
Lowery's tackle numbers took a major dip after one-year stints with both the Falcons and Colts, but the veteran safety was a reliable presence for the Chargers in a season filled with injuries and turmoil. With two years left on his deal, Lowery is expected to return to the starting lineup next season, but should only be considered an IDP option in the deepest of leagues.
Lowery picked up four tackles (two solo), two passes defended, an interception and a forced fumble in Sunday's win over the Texans.
Lowery has been a blessing for a Chargers' defense beset by injuries, as the 2016 free agent import has taken part in every game this season. While his tackle numbers are down from previous years, Lowery has helped stabilize a secondary that has struggled mightily in past seasons.
Lowery picked up five tackles (four solo) including two for a loss, defended three passes and returned a fumble for a touchdown in the Chargers win over the Titans on Sunday.
Lowery was all over the field Sunday, putting together a handful of tremendous plays to halt the Titans strong running gain. Lowery has been one of the few consistent players for the Chargers on defense, thanks largely to the fact that he's managed to stay healthy for most of the year. While he likely doesn't put up enough numbers to be considered a viable IDP option week-to-week, Lowery could make for a solid bye week replacement in deeper leagues.
Lowery picked up eight tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's win over the Jaguars.
Lowery led the team in tackles on Sunday, as the secondary was once again tasked with protecting a large early lead. With run-stuffing safety Jahleel Addae potentially suffering a fractured collarbone in the win, Lowery could be in line for more work near the line of scrimmage. He's worth monitoring in deep IDP leagues, but will need to prove that his Week 2 performance wasn't a fluke before starting him with confidence.
Lowery signed a three-year contract Wednesday with the Chargers, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Lowery set a career-high in interceptions (4) during his lone season with the Colts and was able to tally 76 tackles to boot. With the Chargers expecting veteran leader Eric Weddle to leave via free agency, Lowery is expected to take over his role at free safety alongside projected starter Jaheel Addae, although the team might not be done adding pieces to their secondary.
Lowery had eight total tackles, a sack and a tackle for a loss in Sunday's loss to New England.
Lowery is averaging 6.6 tackles per game and has two interceptions as he's putting up some decent IDP stats as Indy's starting free safety.
Colts safety Dwight Lowery had two interceptions and two tackles in Sunday's win over Tennessee. He returned one interception 69 yards for a touchdown.
Lowery also had two pass deflections, as he's settling in as the starting free safety. He should get more tackles when opposing offenses focus on the run, which has been a weakness for the Colts.
The Colts have agreed to terms with safety Dwight Lowery, according to the team's official website. Terms of the deal have yet to be disclosed.
Lowery, an unrestricted free agent, is entering his eighth season in the NFL, spending time with the Jets, Jaguars and Falcons.
The 29-year-old has recorded 259 total tackles, four sacks, 50 passes defensed, 12 interceptions, seven fumbles recovered and seven forced fumbles in his career.
Falcons defensive backs Dwight Lowery (knee) and Kemal Ishmael (hamstring) each left Sunday's regular season finale against Carolina due to injuries, per the team's official website. Both players were deemed questionable to return to the game.
Defensive back Dwight Lowery, who is beginning his first year with the Falcons after spending the last three with the Jaguars, was among the team's top tacklers Week 1 against the Saints. He finished with 11, including seven solo.
Lowery has never had more than 64 tackles in a season, and those came as a rookie in 2008.
Falcons safety Dwight Lowery and linebacker Pat Angerer both participated in a light workout session Saturday afternoon, just a day after missing the team's first preseason game. Both players were working back from a concussion and could be cleared to return to practice on Monday, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Falcons projected starting free safety Dwight Lowery sustained a head injury during a team scrimmage Friday night. There was no update on his condition Saturday morning, per the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Lowery missed the last three games of the 2013 season for Jacksonville with a concussion.
The Falcons signed former Jaguars safety Dwight Lowery. He appeared in three games with Jacksonville last season before suffering a concussion.
The Jaguars announced Monday they made a few roster moves. They placed wide receiver Justin Blackmon on the reserve/suspended list, waived safety Dwight Lowery (concussion) off injured reserve and promoted tight end Danny Noble from the practice squad.
Jaguars safety Dwight Lowery, who has been out since Week 3 with a concussion, is expected to be waived off injured reserve Monday, league sources told ProFootballTalk.com. Players on injured reserve can be released when a team deems the player healthy.
Jaguars safety Dwight Lowery started the first three games of the season, but won't even be on the team when he completes concussion protocol, according to The Associated Press.
Lowery was seen cleaning out his locker on Wednesday and his name plate had been removed. He had not played since Week 3.
The Jaguars placed two players on injured reserve Tuesday, according to The Florida Times-Union. They are safety Dwight Lowery (concussion) and left tackle Luke Joeckel (ankle).
The Jaguars have listed the team's inactives for the Week 5 game at St. Louis. Those inactive players are as follows: Wide receivers Mike Brown (back) and Stephen Burton (concussion); tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf); defensive lineman Jeremy Mincey (concussion); and defensive backs Dwight Lowery (concussion) and Dwayne Gratz (ankle). Quarterback Ricky Stanzi is the team's third quarterback and also inactive for the game.
All of these players, except Stanzi, were ruled out on Friday's official injury report and were unable to practice much, if at all, during the week leading up to Sunday's game.
The Jaguars ruled out six players for Week 5 against the Rams, after none were able to participate in Friday's practice. Those players are: wide receivers Mike Brown (back) and Stephen Burton (concussion); tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf); defensive lineman Jeremy Mincey (concussion); and defensive backs Dwight Lowery (concussion) and Dwayne Gratz (ankle).