Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Redskins aren't happy with their Albert Haynesworth....

And they shouldn't be happy with their Albert Haynesworth. The reasons are numerous, but the biggest is about $21 million, dollars that is.

You see, Mr. Haynesworth has chosen not to participate in this weeks Redskin mini-camp. The reason, well, he isn't holding out for money. No, he just doesn't want to play in Washington. The Redskins intially said "OK, if you don't want to be here, we'll let you find someplace else. But do it before your $21 million bonus in April". Needless to say, that didn't happen and Haynesworth gladly took his money. He still says he won't play in Washington, they say fine, they want their money back.

Tracee Hamiton of the Washington Post opines on the greedy one, read it RIGHT HERE

MyFOXDC took the pulse of the fans. See what they had to say:

Haynesworth's stance. He won't do anything mandatory and wants a trade. Sorry, not a whole lot of people are going to empathize with a guy who has a $100 million contract. No. Not going to happen.

Albert's current teammates aren't very happy either.

More from myfoxdc sports:

We would wish Mr. Haynesworth luck, he's going to need it. As his coach, Mike Shanahan said "If he wants to leave and go somewhere else where he can play in a 4-3 defense, fine, leave. Just don't take our money and then say that you won't play for us".

True that Mike Shanahan.

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