Peake leaves game after massive hit by Swearinger
|2016-10-18 08:44:28.0- -||
Former Clemson wide receiver Charone Peake led the Jets with five catches on the night that totaled 43 yards in the 28-3 loss to the Cardinals on Monday Night Football. However, he took a big hit over the middle by safety D.J. Swearinger in which he had to leave the game with a chest injury and was seen spitting out blood after the hit.
However, Peake came back in the game and had another catch on the night and was not mentioned as one of the players injured in the postgame interviews.
On the field in the postgame, he traded jerseys with former Clemson teammate Chandler Catanzaro.
DJ Swearinger eats WR for lunch just like AW did. pic.twitter.com/dEgcYcjNxu— BeerViewBBQLegend (@TubingTyler) October 18, 2016
"You’ve got to see it before it happens," Swearinger said to reporters after the game. "I’d seen a certain route that we were expecting to get. I was hoping he’d throw it — I was actually hoping he’d throw it a little later so I could get an interception, but he threw it when he threw it and I had to make him pay for it."
That hit. pic.twitter.com/amXA2Z8CCV— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) October 18, 2016
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