It has been my experience that it's not easy for some people to forget. So even now that Albert Haynesworth has said he's ready to report to camp, that might not be enough for some Redskins.
Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth has not made a lot of friends in Washington this summer with his displeasure over his role with the team, but reports indicate he is ready to mend fences.
Daniel Snyder has repeatedly thrown good money after bad, writes PFW's Hub Arkush, yet he's not the bad guy in the Albert Haynesworth dispute.
The Lions made it public that they have no intention of dealing for DT Albert Haynesworth, and our sources say they never came close to a trade.
After having missed all of the team's offseason activities thus far, disgruntled Redskins DL Albert Haynesworth says he plans to show up for training camp despite his ongoing unhappiness with the team.
Despite numerous warnings about the dangers of signing Albert Haynesworth last year, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder did so anyway. Now Snyder must deal with the mess Haynesworth has created in Washington.
Before any trade or transaction will happen with DT Albert Haynesworth, the Redskins will attempt to recoup as much of the $26 million in bonuses they have paid him thus far.
With his bonus paid, Albert Haynesworth's contract isn't outrageous now, says one NFL insider in "Audibles," meaning the Redskins will try to deal him.
While the status of disgruntled DT Albert Haynesworth remains in limbo, the Redskins have started to stockpile DL help.
Although most pundits expect the Giants to draft a middle linebacker with their first-round pick, the whispers we're hearing indicate that an offensive player, such as TE Jermaine Gresham, wouldn't be a shocking choice.
The Lions would be interested in trading for Redskins DT Albert Haynesworth, who might or might not be available, but that interest speaks volumes about the No. 2 pick in the draft.
One of the interesting possibilities for new Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett could be the inclusion of some 3-4 looks and schemes in Washington.
Can you give Albert Haynesworth $45 million guaranteed and get him to "play his ass off"? One NFL insider doesn't believe so. In "Audibles," read about this and more.