Haynesworth resolution doesn’t appear close


Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has some strong words for disgruntled DT Albert Haynesworth over the weekend, expressing his “disappointment” that the NFL’s highest-paid player hasn’t participated in two voluntary minicamps and has stayed away from all team activities.

We’ve been discussing for awhile now that the Haynesworth situation isn’t going away anytime soon. That still appears to be the case.

NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora told NFL Total Access on Monday that in the end, Haynesworth feels deceived in that the conditions he was sold on to join the Redskins have changed. La Canfora also notes that there remains a thought around the league it’s still a “viable option” the Redskins — who have brought in Vonnie Holliday, Adam Carriker and Darrion Scott — still trade Haynesworth.

Haynesworth is still expected to join the team for its mandatory three-day minicamp next month. It will be interesting to see what is said when the cameras are rolling.

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