Theismann On Haynesworth: 'He Offers Nothing As A Person, Player Or Teammate'

The backlash against Albert Haynesworth continues for his decision to accept over $30 million from the Redskins for one season of play then demand a trade.

This time around it's Redskins great Joe Theismann who completely rips Haynesworth on Sirius NFL Radio (via Dan Steinberg).

"And he's classless, ok? I mean, there's nothing else that you can say, but the man has very little respect for teammates, very little respect for anyone. Last year at the end of the season, he chose to stay home on Christmas Day to open presents and not go to work when every other member of the football team had to go. That, to me, spoke volumes about Albert Haynesworth. You have a person that the Redskins are gonna be much better without than with.

"He really offers nothing as a person, as a player, as a teammate. The only thing this big man has is a big bank account, and good for him, I guess....If you're a selfish individual -- which Albert has proven to be -- he played this thing absolutely perfect for him. Take the money, so what if I play, so what if I don't play, I really don't care any more? And truthfully, he doesn't really care about playing football."

With Redskins legends -- as well as his current teammates -- ripping him mercilessly, it's becoming hard and harder to envision a scenario in which Haynesworth returns to the Redskins.

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