Haynesworth’s price may drop

Washington Redskins Albert Haynesworth (R) and other members of the Redskins wait to take the field prior to the Redskins game against the Dallas Cowboys at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland on September 12, 2010. UPI/Kevin Dietsch Photo via Newscom


According to Jason La Confora of the NFL Network:

One name that continues to come up is Washington defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth. The possibility remains he could be dealt today for a draft pick — the Tennessee Titans have had the most consistent contact with the Redskins dating back to before the draft, and Haynesworth would relish a return to the Titans.

Coach Mike Shanahan said Monday there is a “pretty good chance” Haynesworth won’t be dealt Tuesday.

The Redskins have been holding out for a second-round pick, according to sources, but the price could be dropping, sources say, with the deadline now just hours away.

Right now we would say its a toss up what happens, and not to be surprised by anything.  The most surprising thing that could come from this is actually Haynesworth starting and playing a majority of the game at Chicago – - that would be a strech.

All eyes will be will on Redskins park at about 4PM.

Topics: Albert Haynesworth, Mike Shanahan

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  • yungtay520

    i feel that albert should be traded because he doenot produce on the feild he gets hurt almost every game when he gets in the game he does do much. he gets pushed around by the offensive line. albert complains when he does not get in the game or if gets in the game with the 2nd string or 3rd string he is just another T.O. expect he’s on defense crying to get in the game. i also feel that the redskins paid him to much and he’s not do any thing to deserve the money.

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