ESPN Bucs reporter Pat Yasinskas said D.J. Swearinger has won the starting job at strong safety.
The Bucs official website believes D.J. Swearinger is "probably neck and neck" with Major Wright for the starting strong safety job.
ESPN's Field Yates reports eight teams put in a claim for SS D.J. Swearinger before he was awarded to the Bucs.
Bucs claimed SS D.J. Swearinger off waivers from the Texans.
The Bucs reportedly "really like" waived SS D.J. Swearinger.
A source tells KPRC-TV in Houston that D.J. Swearinger was waived because he refused to play special teams.
The Charlotte Observer's Joe Person reports the Panthers are "kicking the tires" on waived SS D.J. Swearinger.
Texans waived SS D.J. Swearinger.
SS D.J. Swearinger will not be with the Texans in 2015.
Texans SS D.J. Swearinger "has struggled to fit in with the Texans' off-field culture."
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Texans are "trying to trade" SS D.J. Swearinger.
The Texans have decided to go with D.J. Swearinger over Shiloh Keo at strong safety in Danieal Manning's (broken leg, injured reserve) absence.
Texans signed No. 57 overall pick FS D.J. Swearinger to a four-year contract.
Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said he thinks rookie S D.J. Swearinger is "going to be a big contributor early."