Sweezy was released Friday, the team announced. He is still working his way back from a broken bone in his leg sustained late in the season, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported, via a source informed of the situation.
Sweezy started 14 games last season only to go down with the leg injury in December. Still in the rehabilitation process, the 29-year-old remained sidelined for offseason practices while 2016 fifth-round pick Caleb Benenoch stood in at right guard.
Once he returns to full health, Sweezy can get serious about finding a new NFL home. Connecting the dots, his most likely landing spots would include a return to Seattle or reuniting with former offensive line coach Tom Cable in Oakland.