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ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting that Lions DT Ndamukong Suh will be suspended for two games (or possibly more), and referred to anger management classes for stomping a Packers offensive lineman during their Thanksgiving Day loss.
Patriots defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth made an unexpected cameo appearance with some friends on a Florida Powerboating TV program.
The New England Patriots made two big offseason splashes this month when they acquired Chad Ochocinco and Albert Haynesworth, but according to at least one source, neither player’s tenure with the team may last until September.
Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski, who once ended the career of a teammate when he crushed his eye socket during a training camp fight, was a guest on Jim Rome’s radio show today. And by the sound of it, he does not think highly of one controversial NFL player.
This past week has provided us with one of the most insane times in NFL history, with high profile free agents being signed at a historic rate, and the madness has only continued into the weekend.
When the Patriots traded for Albert Haynesworth, the prevailing initial reaction was, “Wow.” But there was also the sentiment that the Patriots might have gotten a steal. Not everyone’s so sure, though…for good reason.
Yesterday, we began the day by looking at some of the major moves of the NFL’s condensed free agency period. And since the moves never stopped happening – hey, why not start today off the same way? Following is a look at some of the biggest moves that happened too late for yesterday’s update: starting with literally – and potentially, figuratively – the biggest…Albert Haynesworth’s trade to New England.
This has been a week of bad news about athletes in restaurants. First, Derrick Caracter, and now, Albert Haynesworth has been charged with sexual abuse for an incident at a restaurant in February.
It was a rough weekend for Albert Haynesworth. The disgruntled Washington Redskins star has been accused of grabbing a waitress’ chest inappropriately, after also being accused of road rage.
The Washington Redskins have suspended defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth four games without pay for “conduct detrimental to the club.”