As Long As Albert Haynesworth Shows Up For Training Camp, His Bonus Money Should Be Safe

The Redskins are reportedly pursuing Albert Haynesworth's bonus money in light of his decision to skip mandatory minicamp and publicly request a trade.

According to Pro Football Talk, there's "little chance" of that happening so long as Haynesworth shows up for training camp.

If Haynesworth fails to show up for even one day of training camp, the Redskins then can pursue 25 percent of the 2010 allocation of the initial $5 million signing bonus, and 25 percent of the 2010 allocation of the $21 million signing bonus paid this year.  But if he shows up for training camp (and he reportedly plans to do) and for every game, he gets to keep his money.

The latest report out of Washington has Haynesworth planning to show up for training camp so it looks like the Redskins may be out of luck.

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