If you thought it was just the media and coaching staff getting on Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth for not showing up to Washington for voluntary workouts, then think again.
Redskins DE Philip Daniels recently spoke about the $100 million man who has yet to fully commit to the new regime.
"From what I'm told, he can play the end spot," Daniels said. "I've called him and told him that. The thing is, we have 100 percent participation if he is here. It's now 99. He's got to be here."
"There is no room for negotiation at 4-12," Daniels added, referring to the '09 season . "I'm here, [London] Fletcher's here, everybody's here," Daniels added. "He's got to understand that. We need him to come here, be here and show these young guys that the veterans have bought in and that we want to win games."
Daniels has tried to contact him to no avail. Even QB Donovan McNabb sent him an email.
The next big move for Haynesworth is the Redskins mandatory minicamp coming up. Missing that would cost him some money in fines.