Redskins tackle Albert Haynesworth is still refusing to play nice. After missing the team’s first voluntary minicamp, the $100 million man was absent from their second minicamp, which started on Friday. Add in his refusal to participate in the team’s offseason workout program (he opted to hire his own trainer), and Haynesworth is 0-3 this offseason.
All of this continues to make it clear that Albert wants out of Washington. He’s unhappy about the team’s decision to switch to a 3-4 defense under new coach Mike Shanahan.
If a deal was going to be done this offseason, it most likely would’ve happened before the draft so the Redskins could acquire picks for Haynesworth. But it shouldn’t surprise anyone if they still figure out a way to ship him out of D.C.