Recent reports indicate that the bulk of Albert Haynesworth's bonus money is likely safe but the Redskins were able to get back a fraction of the $100 million contract.
Per Jason Reid of the Washington Post, the Redskins fined Hayensworth $10,000 for skipping mandatory minicamp this week. That's the maximum the current CBA allows for skipping camp.
Reid reports that the Redskins will have the ability to take a stab at even more of his money.
Under the terms of Haynesworth's contract, the Redskins have the right to reduce the future guaranteed portion of it by $500,000, according to people familiar with the situation.
While that's a lot of money, it's nothing compared to the $30+ million he's already received.