After being released by the Philadelphia Eagles following a 37-10 loss to the Cowboys, cornerback Orlando Scandrick linked with Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless on FS1's Undisputed

While there, Scandrick aired his thoughts on a range of topics and people. The 32-year-old went after Malcolm Jenkins, general manager Howie Roseman, and others. Scandrick said being released "felt kind of scapegoat-ish" and that Philadelphia's problems are "much, much deeper than me."

Speaking about the Eagles locker room, Scandrick said, "Let’s just say, where there’s smoke, there’s fire." He continued, telling Sharpe, "You’ve been in a lot of locker rooms, if me and you are having a conversation in the locker room and it gets leaked to [Bayless], so he’s going to get the edited version, what was the version that me and you were actually talking about?"

Scandrick also had criticisms of general manager Howie Roseman. "I don’t believe anything that Howie says," Scandrick said. "Howie is one of the people that if he told me it was raining outside, I’d probably get some shorts, just in case. He put it to me that they wanted to play some younger players, they’re a mess on defense, they needed to get some more defensive linemen, and we’ll see how that works for them this weekend up in Buffalo."

The cornerback, calling out Jenkins, said he believes "there's some selfish people in that defense, though." Scandrick went on to say that he felt Rasul Douglas "took some unwanted heat for some blown coverages on some other people's selfish play." 

Check out Scandrick's FS1 interview up top.