Albert Haynesworth Hurts Washington Redskins with a JaMarcus Russell Work Ethic

May 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

"You can say but so much. You've got to actually 'want to.' So once we get to that point—where we 'want to' do something—then we'll do something. But if we just keep going our separate ways, then we'll just keep getting slaughtered like we have."
That quote comes from none other than Albert Haynesworth, the Redskins’ prize free agent from last summer.  Funny how your words can come back to haunt you, isn’t it?  (Just ask the Atlanta Hawks’ Joe Johnson about his ill-timed playoff speech .)
Last summer, the Washington Redskins made Albert Haynesworth the richest defensive tackle in NFL history, awarding him a seven-year, $100 million contract that they'd immediately grow to regret.
A year later, Haynesworth refuses to attend voluntary mini-camps , reportedly has a poor relationship with the Skins’ front office, isn’t pleased with the Skins’ decision to switch to a 3-4 defense, and hasn’t exactly started on t...

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