Haynesworth Leaving a Good Offseason Move?

Mike Florio of SportingNews.com wrote the top 10 moves of the offseason, and has the Titans allowing Albert Haynesworth to leave at number three. Read below:

3. Tennessee Titans Let Haynesworth leave

Though the Tennessee Titans are now whining about the apparent fact that the Redskins conducted premature negotiations with defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, the Redskins did the Titans a favor by being the ones who broke the bank for Haynesworth.

The guy played hard only when he was chasing the payday that he now possesses. And he likes to drive his cars too fast (allegedly), even after being placed on probation for driving his car too fast. And he’s can’t be trusted not to try to remove someone’s face with a cleat.

So instead of accusing the Redskins of tampering, the Titans should be sending Haynesworth’s new team a large basket containing a collection of shrink-wrapped cured meats and aged cheeses. Otherwise, the Titans would have paid way too much for a guy who very likely will perform far less effectively than he did the past two seasons.


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One Response to “Haynesworth Leaving a Good Offseason Move?”

  1. Adam Loumeau says:

    Reinfeldt was criticized for making such a weak attempt to retain Haynesworth but if he does not dominate in Washington, Reinfeldt will look like a genius for being so stingy.

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