Albert Haynesworth Not Happy With the Washington Redskins

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It is being reported by numerous media sources that the Washington Redskins are actively shopping defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth.
For those who don't remember, it was just one year ago that the Redskins gave Haynesworth an NFL-record, seven-year $100 million contract, with $41 million guaranteed.

Haynesworth became an unrestricted free agent last year after playing seven seasons with the Tennessee Titans. The Redskins and then-head coach Jim Zorn threw big money at him in hopes of building a treacherous defensive front.
Haynesworth missed four games with injuries, and only managed four sacks and 37 tackles. The Redskins ended the year with a record of 4-12 and Zorn was fired.

This year, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder decided to hire former Denver Broncos and two-time Super Bowl-winning head coach Mike Shanahan. With a new coach comes a new playbook and new schemes, and the Redskins are making a transition this offseason from a 4-3...

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