Redskins agree to terms with free age...

Redskins agree to terms with free agent Albert Haynesworth on 7...

There are 8 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Feb 27, 2009, titled Redskins agree to terms with free agent Albert Haynesworth on 7.... In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

The Washington Redskins agreed to terms Friday on a seven-year deal worth approximately $100 million with free agent defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth.

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Dan Rakow

Glen Ellyn, IL

#1 Feb 27, 2009
Washington Redskins are bunch of Money Worshipers and to Mr. Haynesworth and Mr. Hall:
MONEY DOES NOT BUY YOU A CHAMPIONSHIP!
harlem

Eustis, FL

#2 Feb 27, 2009
good for Haynesworth. he is getting paid 1/10 of a billion dollars! sheesh.

i thought we were in a recession?
Pago Pago Trojan

Toledo, OH

#3 Feb 27, 2009
This is an insult, especially during "afro history" month!!
How can anybody live on this salary.
Oh wait, the idiot owners and fans will pay, pretty funny really.
Jets Fan

Miami, FL

#4 Feb 27, 2009
WAY TO MUCH money for a team that isn't close. Like the wets last year...pipe dream.
Cane

Pompano Beach, FL

#5 Feb 27, 2009
Good for him, Campbell still sucks though
JayB

Charlottesville, VA

#6 Feb 28, 2009
I hope he stomps on Tony Romo's head.
nomuzlimprez

Tucson, AZ

#7 Feb 28, 2009
WHY THE HELL is this on the MAIN DOLPHINS PAGE?

it has NOTHING to do with the dolphins and we were NEVER
in the fray for him.

doesnt this site have a OTHER NFL NEWS section?

how about even a RUMOUR that brown may visit us or expand on the coles rumour lightly mentioned on the site today?

like we needed anymore haynseworth info. its ALL OVER the tv sports shows and radio. why clog the dolphins info page with this?

BARACK OBAMA: anti american scumbag!!
Izzy

Odenton, MD

#8 Feb 28, 2009
Let's see, with $100 Million I could almost sign every possible player that the Bears need to get them on the right track for this season, and the rest could be assessed in the draft. No player, no matter how great they are is worth spending that kind of crazy money on, one player? give me a break. You could sign at least four to five players for that kind of money easily, granted they my not be the cream of the crop type players but they will still contribute on the field, especially at the offensive line, and the safety position. The worst thing about this signing is that football is so unpredictable when it comes to injuries, and for as big as this guy is, the risk is even greater. As we all know, Daniel Schneider always wants to scoop up the best players, no matter at what cost, as long as he sign's them, the sad part of that is, those players on the Redskins never materialize after they get there big paycheck, talk about a stimulus package.

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