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Old 08-22-2010, 02:33 PM   #1
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Default Haynesworth post-game interview

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A Redskins official cut off the group interview after 90 seconds. Later, as he walked to his car in the parking lot, Haynesworth expanded on his symptoms.

"They act like I had a headache," Haynesworth said. "It was a lot more than that. I got out of a hot tub. I was dizzy. I threw up."
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Haynesworth's first appearance of the night came on the Ravens' first possession of the second half, when they went three-and-out. He also lined up at nose tackle for the second series and was in for the first six plays. He then went to the sideline for two plays before returning for four more.

Haynesworth came out, however, when the Ravens moved the ball to the Redskins' 4, and he wasn't on the field when Baltimore running back Jalen Parmele scored on a three-yard run. His sack of Smith for a seven-yard loss came on the next series.

Haynesworth, who has twice been a Pro Bowler, was miffed he is still playing with the second string late in preseason games, when most of the core players have long since retired for the night.

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Old 08-22-2010, 02:51 PM   #2
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Default Re: Haynesworth post-game interview

yeah I saw that on ESPN...but didn't notice the "THANKS GUYS" at the end of it till now...
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Default Re: Haynesworth post-game interview

Man Painsworth doesn't know when to shut up does he? i was all for forgiveness and all when he had positive comments about Haslett's scheme but it seems he does not respect one of the best coaches in the NFL enough to let him establish his philosophy and organizational mission statement.

A pissing chess match between our highest paid player and our head coach? No thank you.....trade him to SD for V Jax for all I care, not a no trade clause.

It's just ridiculous that he's been our only blemish on a seemingly successful (if you consider last season) coaching transtion and he doesn't get it or seem to care about playing for the Skins. I look at him no more than a mercenary this season cuz he will prolly be gone before next.

Dana Stubblefield for the newer generation to suffer with
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