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Old 07-15-2010, 12:29 AM   #76
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ah ... fat piece of shit who only cares about what is going to better himself. And likes to run over teenage kids and paralyze them...but he's rich and famous so he'll never go to jail. **** this guy... I hope he never gets to play in the NFL again. Same for Micheal Vick...both are class A pieces of SHIT.
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At least one football talking head has said that this sort of thing happens all the time and that should he show up it will all be water under the bridge (I think this particular talking head mentioned Strahan's hold out as an example). Besides I'm sure the attention will shift to players that are planning to continue their hold out into the season (I think Vincent Jackson is one of them, I could be wrong).

Personally, I think he'll be damaging his career (further) if he holds out during training camp and into the season. Honestly, at this point I don't care what he does or what is said about him now, because as someone has said he just need to show up for training camp and get to work.
Showing up in good shape will be a good start, but I think he's got a bit more to do before everyone considers this past offseason water under the bridge. He better be ready to work his tail off and do anything the coaches ask of him with no complaining.

That said I still can't shake this feeling that he's not going to be in a Redskins uniform this year.
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Showing up in good shape will be a good start, but I think he's got a bit more to do before everyone considers this past offseason water under the bridge. He better be ready to work his tail off and do anything the coaches ask of him with no complaining.

That said I still can't shake this feeling that he's not going to be in a Redskins uniform this year.
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UPDATE: That big weight loss that Albert Haynesworth has undergone this offseason, as described below? Yeah, apparently it might not be with the best intentions.

Don Banks of Sports Illustrated pondered 20 burning questions recently, and in considering Haynesworth's bitter situation in D.C., noted that "now we learn that Haynesworth is reportedly losing weight in an effort to make himself less valuable as a nose tackle in Shanahan's 3-4 formation and force a trade."

Wow. And here we thought he was just trying out to be in the next Nutrisystem commercial.
Lol, I wouldn't put it past him. However I'm confused does the 30 pound weight loss make Haynesworth 320 or 335? I remember Smootsmack saying something about how he gained 15 pounds when the offseason started.
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Don't know if any of this is true, but I would have to think if he thinks losing weight is going to "force a trade". He is dumber than I thought.

He will do exactly what he is told if he shows up this month or they will get exactly what they want, into fat boys purse!
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The thing that makes me say hmmmmm! is his trainner said he is going to turn heads now if he dosen't that guy will never find another client.

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Old 07-19-2010, 12:25 AM   #84
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All this conjecture from a bunch of people who dont even know this guy. Including all of us! Is it July 29th yet?
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I am just sick of all this news concerning him when we have so much to be thankful for as Skins fans this year. SICK OF IT FAT AL!

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If Kemo comes in healthy, we could use him at NT and AH at DE I suppose. Of course, if AH can play effectively at NT at a lower weight because he's in better shape...fine. Definitely a wait and see with this one.
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ah ... fat piece of shit who only cares about what is going to better himself. And likes to run over teenage kids and paralyze them...but he's rich and famous so he'll never go to jail. **** this guy... I hope he never gets to play in the NFL again. Same for Micheal Vick...both are class A pieces of SHIT.
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Shaun Phillips from the Chargers was just on NFL live and was asked to pick his own "Big 3". He said on defense he would take Chris Jenkins, Albert Haynesworth, and Julius Peppers. Then the other guys started to razz him about his situation in DC and how he doesn't want to play the nose. They asked him what he thought about the situation and he said for that money he would play any position. Then went into a little more depth about it. Interesting stuff. I'll post the video as soon as it is available on espn.com
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Well I was wrong about him showing up to camp but I'm hoping that he's on the roster this year. The guy CAN play. I don't care how many times he lays on the ground after taking on double teams and still finding a way to stop Brandon Jacobs on 4th and goal from the 1. The dude is a monster point blank.
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Question, the more I read of this thread . So if AH shows up ...."all will be forgiven"...,yes - no also what about the other players and coachs ?
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