Albert Haynesworth officially announced he’ll report to training camp with the Redskins, but what then?
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Albert Haynesworth is a natural fit as the right defensive end in a 3-4 defense, and putting him at nose tackle would be a mistake. Still, he should embrace the role if the Redskins put him there.
Albert Haynesworth is not making a lot of friends these days. About the only person less popular than Haynesworth right now is the guy wearing a Kobe Bryant jersey while walking through Beacon Hill today.
As the Redskins mull their options on what direction to take with the disgruntled Albert Haynesworth, Mike Shanahan told reporters Thursday the organization does have a plan.
Sometimes you wish that Joe Theismann would really come out of his shell and lay into a player. And yes, that last statement was facetious. Theismann is one of the go-to guys outspoken opinions. If you want Joe Montana to lead your team on a two-minuted drive, Theismann is one of the first choices if you need a two-minuted soundbite.
It’s becoming more apparent as the story unfolds that Albert Haynesworth doesn’t have a future with the Washington Redskins. So where could he end up?
Most of the time, NFL players tend to support fellow players. That doesn’t appear to be the case surrounding Albert Haynesworth in Washington.
Broncos coach Josh McDaniels told the Denver Post over the weekend that QB Tim Tebow has a chance to be the team’s starting quarterback when the season starts.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder has some strong words for disgruntled DT Albert Haynesworth, the situation doesn’t appear to be ending anytime soon.
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen was interviewed Wednesday night by Rich Eisen on NFL Total Access, and laid out why the team was interested in veteran running back Brian Westbrook, despite already having three former Pro Bowl rushers on the roster.
If the Redskins do trade disgruntled DT Albert Haynesworth, it doesn’t sound as though it will be to the Minnesota Vikings.
NFL.com senior writer Steve Wyche took a spin Around the League on Friday, and topic No. 1 was Albert Haynesworth, who’s skipping another Redskins minicamp.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan denied during an NFL Network interview Friday that Albert Haynesworth will be traded. However, team and league sources told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora that they’re convinced the Redskins will deal the disgruntled defensive tackle, most likely to the Titans for a third-round draft pick.
Team and league sources remain convinced that the Redskins will trade DT Albert Haynesworth on Friday, most likely to the Titans for a third-round draft pick.
As teams continue to talk and jockey for position before the start of the first round Thursday night, at least two clubs in the top 10 of the draft are adjusting their mocks to give Tennessee safety Eric Berry to the Redskins at No. 4 overall.