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Redskins table Haynesworth drama

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By Eric Edholm

Head coach Mike Shanahan said that DT Albert Haynesworth will be a Redskin — at least through Week One. After that, it's anyone's guess. There has been trade talk about sending Haynesworth back to the Titans, chatter that Shanahan didn't deny. But our sources have heard that the trade talk might have been overblown somewhat and that the Redskins are not actively shopping him to the extent the media have been led to believe. Another wrinkle: The rift involving Haynesworth might not be with Shanahan as much as it is with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, who had a history of running off players he didn't see eye to eye with in New Orleans.

 

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