Albert Haynesworth: The Definition of a Man Who is All About the Money

May 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Entering his second year with the Washington Redskins, Albert Haynesworth is the man we all knew him to be—a selfish player who is, and always will be, about the money.
Last year, Haynesworth signed a seven-year, $100 million contract, possibly even higher if incentives are met.
Known as one of the best defensive lineman in the game, Haynesworth put together a dominating campaign in the 2008 season.
That made the Redskins, who are known to throw money at top stars, interested in giving Haynesworth this large contract.
Up to this point, we can see it is a disappointment, right?
During a 4-12 season in 2009, Haynesworth not only missed games with injuries, but was a clubhouse problem.
To begin this offseason, Haynesworth is not under the idea of switching to a 3-4 defense.
So now Big Al wants out of Washington and was a no-show at mandatory camp.
The Minnesota Vikings and Oakland Raiders were at one point rumored to be interested in...

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