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Old 07-30-2010, 09:46 AM   #181
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Spoke to someone who saw 92's conditioning test: Several sprints of approx. 50yds, didn't seem to be laboring. Jim Haslett monitored him.
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I think tomorrow he'll pass. I honestly think Shannahan is just doing this to make a point.... and I think the point has been proven at this point. I mean I could be wrong, I dont know what actually goes into these tests; but I still think he seems a tad excessive for a linemen. Whatever though, this is what I want out of a head coach when it comes to players like this.
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An inside look at the NFL conditioning tests | National Football Post

Good read from Matt Bowen who says this 300 yard shuttle is nothing out of the ordinary.
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I think tomorrow he'll pass. I honestly think Shannahan is just doing this to make a point.... and I think the point has been proven at this point. I mean I could be wrong, I dont know what actually goes into these tests; but I still think he seems a tad excessive for a linemen. Whatever though, this is what I want out of a head coach when it comes to players like this.
NOTHING is excessive for Haynesworth's money.

If Shanahan asks him to dump a jar of honey onto his torso and head to the bear den at the National Zoo...it's a small task for that contract amount.
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Old 07-30-2010, 09:53 AM   #185
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I have to applaud Mike S. for laying down the damn law. As someone else said this is exactly what this team needs. The drama queens had better get in line. There is still a price to pay for putting yourself above the team.
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I think tomorrow he'll pass. I honestly think Shannahan is just doing this to make a point.... and I think the point has been proven at this point. I mean I could be wrong, I dont know what actually goes into these tests; but I still think he seems a tad excessive for a linemen. Whatever though, this is what I want out of a head coach when it comes to players like this.
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Some very unique team backside running pursuit drills. now we see why Shanahan wants Al to do the test. #Redskins
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Old 07-30-2010, 09:53 AM   #187
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So a guess the person, can't remember who it was, that said they saw him on his boat out on the lake in Tennessee almost every day during the off season was dead on...
If that were the case, his weight would have gone UP, not down.

I do believe AH worked hard with his personal trainer...but that's not exactly the same as football drills with his teammates. He could be in shape...just not football shape.
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I just think this is getting childish.
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Good read from Matt Bowen who says this 300 yard shuttle is nothing out of the ordinary.
It really isn't. We had to do this crap for high school sports before and/or after practices.
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RT @RedskinsDotCom Albert is working in weight room during Fri. practice...Running on treadmill alongside conditioning coach Ray Wright.
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I don't see any downside to this for Shanahan and the Redskins.

For one, Shanny's endearing the team and fans to himself by doing this. Secondly, Albert has zero room to stomp off the field and risk being suspended or fined, but on the other hand Albert can start rehabing his image by playing along and showing he's willing to do what it takes.

As far as the so called media circus and this being a distraction, eh..I don't think Shanahan cares a hill of beans about that. He's mroe concerned about the guys inside the locker room, not the ones outside the locker room.
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I just think this is getting childish.
so you just let him off of the requirement?
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Old 07-30-2010, 10:00 AM   #193
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RT @RedskinsDotCom Albert is working in weight room during Fri. practice...Running on treadmill alongside conditioning coach Ray Wright.
Angry got you beat by about 45 mins on that one haha
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Old 07-30-2010, 10:05 AM   #194
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I tell you what's childish and unprofessional, taking a direct deposit for $21 million, taking your fat ass home, and about a month later skip mandatory workouts, then request a trade because you don't want to play nose tackle. Now that's childish and unprofessional if you ask me.

Oh, I heard Haynesworth rolls up to practice in his Bentley yesterday. Real classy.
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I don't see any downside to this for Shanahan and the Redskins.

For one, Shanny's endearing the team and fans to himself by doing this. Secondly, Albert has zero room to stomp off the field and risk being suspended or fined, but on the other hand Albert can start rehabing his image by playing along and showing he's willing to do what it takes.

As far as the so called media circus and this being a distraction, eh..I don't think Shanahan cares a hill of beans about that. He's mroe concerned about the guys inside the locker room, not the ones outside the locker room.
It's a complete downer and continues to overshadow the good feeling we want to have going into the season. I wish there was a way for this saga to quickly be resolved so we can concentrate more on what's really important.
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