NFL Training Camps News: Albert Haynesworth Fails Conditioning Test For Second Day In A Row

Football is back. Several NFL teams have begun reporting to camp and the majority will be starting this weekend. Here's the complete schedule of the veteran reporting dates for all 32 NFL teams.

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Redskins Training Camp: Albert Haynesworth Fails Conditioning Test, Again

The Albert Haynesworth conditioning test story will last another day.

Haynesworth apparently failed the test again, according to several reports.

Albert Haynesworth will not be practicing again this morning. He's apparently failed the conditioning test for a second day in a row.

And then this one:

Albert as we mentioned was in car as practice started..Trent Williams is out here.

Haynesworth failed the test yesterday after using the, um, bathroom card.

Check out Hogs Haven for more Redskins training camp news and stay here for more NFL training camp news.


Redskins Training Camp: Joey Galloway Works With First-Team Offense

39-year-old receiver Joey Galloway split the 2009 season between the Patriots and the Steelers, appeared in three games and caught seven passes for grand total of 67 yards.

Those kind of numbers would suggest he's in the final flushes of a long and somewhat distinguished NFL career. Yet there he was on Thursday at the opening of training camp working with the Redskins first-team offense in lieu of either Malcolm Kelly or Devin Thomas, the two 2008 second-round picks that Washington has waited to emerge as viable threats in the passing game.

It's unlikely that Galloway will remain in the role for long and that his work with the first team is a motivational tactic. Nevertheless, it's a clear message that it might be now or never for the young wideouts. Failing that, Thomas may have to be content to continue his career as a music video model.


Redskins Training Camp: Albert Haynesworth Fails Conditioning Test

Albert Haynesworth had a rough offseason after his agent publicly requested a trade and he refused to show up for all but one day of offseason activities.

He's arrived at Redskins training camp and things aren't getting off to a great start, according to Jay Glazer of on Twitter.

Sources tell me haynesworth did NOT pass his conditioning test 2day. He made it thru 1st part but not 2nd and prob won't be allowed 2 practice w the team in team drills

I was told they made albert run 2 300 yd shuttle runs. Basically 12 fifty yard sprints

To Ken Meringolo of Hogs Haven, the news is not surprising.

Can we all kind of discuss what is less surprising: Haynesworth failing his physical or Malcolm Kelly missing the beginning of camp with a hamstring injury? How is Kelly going to convince Shanahan to trust him if he can't be on the field?

Many teams in NFL training camps make players pass a conditioning test which is usually some sort of set of sprints that must be completed in a certain amount of time.

If Haynesworth had attended the offseason activities, he wouldn't have been required to take the conditioning test.

Check out Hogs Haven for more Redskins training camp news and stay here for more NFL training camp news.


Bengals Training Camp: Andre Smith 2-3 Weeks Away From Participating

Bengals OT Andre Smith had a rough start to his rookie season after the Bengals made him a top 10 pick in 2009. After a 30-day holdout, Smith signed on Aug. 30, 2009 only to fracture his left foot a few days later causing him not to make his first NFL start until December 13.

The 2010 version of training camp isn't getting off to a much better start, writes Geoff Hobson of

Smith, who missed all of the last camp in a rookie holdout, was one of what appeared to be five players not suited up. The Bengals had hoped the foot surgery that knocked Smith out of all of the spring workouts would be healed enough for him to line up in the first practice, but he said it's not there yet and they don't want to rush it. As for when he'll return to practice, he said "I'm taking it day by day."

Hobson says Smith's goal is to miss just two preseason games.

Check out Cincy Jungle for more Bengals training camp news and stay here for more 2010 NFL training camp news.


NFL Training Camps Get Underway: Schedules And News For All 32 Teams

2010 NFL training camps are beginning across the league which means which means we are that much closer to the games that matter.

The earliest reporting date is 15 days before a team's first preseason game. The Cowboys and Browns are playing in the Hall of Fame game on Aug. 8 so they're the earliest to report. Some teams (like the Browns) have their rookies report earlier than the veterans.

Here are the reporting dates for the veterans of all the NFL teams:

July 24: Dallas Cowboys

July 28: Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, New England Patriots, Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers

July 29: Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars, Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins.

July 30: Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Diego Chargers, Arizona Cardinals, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

July 31: Denver Broncos, Tennessee Titans and San Francisco 49ers

August 1: Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets and New York Giants

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more news on the 2010 version of training camp.

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