Albert Haynesworth: Cry Baby Or Man on a Mission?

June 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Anyone who has seen the sporting news as of late knows about the Albert Haynesworth situation. If you missed it, let me fill you in. Basically, Haynesworth was ticked off because the Washington Redskins (his team) switched from a 4-3 defense to a 3-4 package.
The Redskins allowed him to seek a trade, but there were no takers. And it's obvious why, it's because of the massive money involved. I mean come on, who would take on this man's deal?
He has the largest contract for a defensive player in NFL history, with a $100 million deal. Now, since he couldn't get a trade, it looked as if he'd just go back to the 'skins and play at least until someone traded for him, he was released, or his deal expired.
He even was offered $21 million to come on and play for this season, and Haynesworth took it. I mean come on, who wouldn't, right? But, the big man seemed to have pulled an Ocean's 11 here, as he kinda took the money and ran!
Haynesworth did not show up at voluntary work ...

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