There are few bigger uncertainties in the NFL than the Redskins’ plan for Albert Haynesworth.
For now, the Redskins appear content to hold on to Haynesworth and whatever value he still holds when player transactions are allowed. Of course, there’s no sure thing, and many wouldn’t be shocked if the much-maligned Haynesworth has taken his last snap for the Redskins.
If the Redskins do decide to move Haynesworth, NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche has connected the dots to the division-rival Eagles.
“There will be teams that are interested, and one of them could be right up the highway and in the division,” Wyche said during his live chat. “Jim Washburn was hired as Philly’s defensive line coach and he was the position coach that was able to get the most out of Haynesworth (in Tennessee). We all know that if Haynesworth is motivated, he is a terror, which is why Washington paid him so much. Not everyone will go after Haynesworth, but I don’t foresee him not being in the NFL next season.”
Figuring out what the Redskins will ultimately do amounts to a lot of guess-work. Expect that to remain the same.