How the Seattle Seahawks Could Get Albert Haynesworth

April 12, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you could get a stud defensive tackle without using a first-round pick, what would you give up to do it?
Apparently, the Washington Redskins are ready to trade Albert Haynesworth just one year after signing him to a monster deal, because Haynesworth doesn’t want to play nose tackle in the 3-4 defense Jim Haslett is installing for new coach Mike Shanahan. 
So the big question is: What would it take to pry Haynesworth away?
Well, the Redskins offered him to Philadelphia in exchange for Donovan McNabb, but the Eagles preferred a second-round pick this year and a potential third-rounder in 2011.
Part of the reported reason the Eagles didn’t want Haynesworth was because he was due a $21 million option bonus on April 1 (no foolin’). But even after Washington paid that monstrous sum, word is it wouldn’t take more than a second-round pick to take Haynesworth off Shanahan’s hands. In fact, Shanahan reportedly has asked owner Dan Snyder i...

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