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This Is What Albert Haynesworth Is Doing Now …

… because the Patriots cut his big ass. Honestly, I thought Fat Al would work out in New England, because they’re the Pats and the Skins are the Skins.

Alas, he did not, and now he has all the time in the world to spend Dan Snyder’s money on boats, women and chain restaurant bar tabs. Whatever.

D.C. sports fan and digital media guy that's been doing this since 2004. Once threw a football further than Chris Cooley.

9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Sec314

    November 8, 2011 at 6:33 PM

    The sad thing is that this bum is rich.

    Meanwhile Mark Brunell, who might not have been a great QB ever, and certainly not in the past 10 years, but was never a slacker, is broke.

    Let’s hope Fat Albert’s investment advisors are as worthless as his trainers.

  2. Mike Bradley

    November 8, 2011 at 6:46 PM

    Atleast when NE comes to DC and beat the skins, this asshole won’t be apart of it.

  3. CamLwalk

    November 8, 2011 at 8:03 PM

    What the hell. Just for laughs, we should pick him up again.

  4. Raven Mack

    November 8, 2011 at 8:48 PM

    yeah I actually had a rare moment of Redskins pride when I realized we got a 5th round pick out of his fat ass going to NE, and then amounting to nothing for them. Shanahan was as good as Belichick in this respect at least.

  5. ThisGuy

    November 8, 2011 at 8:56 PM

    On a related note, how shitty have Belichek’s personnel decisions been in the last few years? His only job is the defense, and they’re horrific. Andre Carter is their entire pass-rush, for christ’s sake.

    Just thought it’s worth pointing out how hard it is to find good players. Even the “genius” gets it wrong.

  6. Robear262

    November 9, 2011 at 1:24 AM

    Shanahan strikes again. A fifth rounder for that tub? I’ll take it. My advice for that 2013 pick. O-line. You know we’re still gonna need it

  7. A Fine Messi

    November 9, 2011 at 4:55 AM

    food for thought:

    aside from trading a 2nd and 4th rounder for McNabb, it seems as though we are headed in the right direction i regards to roster building through trades.

    * D. McNabb (whose career is essentially over in Minny) for two 6th rounders.

    * A. Haynesworth (who would have been cut without any compensation) for a 5th rounder.

    * J. Jarmon (who didn’t make it out of Denver’s preseason) for J. Gaffney (our #1 receiver who week in and week out plays his balls off, despite being targeted enough).

    * After entering the draft with only eight picks (a first, a second, two fifth-rounders, a sixth-rounder and three seventh-rounders), the Redskins traded down a total of four times to add five more picks. Among those picks were Kerrigan, Jenkins, Helu, Paul and on a smaller scale, Hankerson, Nields, White and a bevy of raw secondary prospects.

    when was the last time we had trades work in our favour during the Snyder regime? like all of us, i partook in the redskins kool-aid after beating the giants opening night and going 3-1 to lead the NFC East in the first quarter of the season. Now that those misguided expectations have been expunged, i find Bruce Allen’s performance concerting and hopefully by opening day next year, this same strategy will provide us with quality young D-linemen and QB.

    hopefully i didn’t “Peter King” that last thought. ’twas my best friend’s going away party earlier tonight and i mixed every type of alcohol that shouldn’t be mixed.

  8. Ketel on Rocks

    November 9, 2011 at 6:57 AM

    5th rd pick for Mr. Crisco.

    It’s good to see the skins fleecing another team for a change.

  9. JFowler11

    November 9, 2011 at 9:42 AM

    My only question is what the heck will Fat Al do with the rest of his life? If you get into arguments with your boss at a job that pays you MILLIONS, I can’t see him being a productive citizen. Here’s hoping that he actually saved all that money and finds a hobby that keeps him occupied… LOSER!

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