Usually he doesn’t do things like this, but Mike Shanahan chose Thursday, Halloween of all days, to blast back at the man widely considered to be among the biggest busts in franchise history. Enough is enough… finally.
Mike Shanahan leveled a scathing critique at Albert Haynesworth on Thursday, saying the former Redskins defensive lineman was ‘lazy’ and had a ‘lack of passion’ and ‘lack of character.’
Mike Shanahan said his team lost its poise in the final minutes of their 31-28 loss to the Rams. When Josh Morgan demonstrated a lack of self-control by throwing the ball back in the face of chirping defender Cortland Finnegan, it was reminiscent of another hot head Redskins receiver not too long ago.
Former Redskins center Casey Rabach joined Holden and Danny today on The Fan and addressed what it was like playing for the team during the tumultuous season of 2010. In short, he said it was a “Freaking Nightmare.” Find out what else he said…
Just when you thought the Redskins were going to be true winners in March came word that Washington’s salary cap room had shrunk like its winning percentage from the past two decades compared to the previous two.
Albert Haynesworth has completed half of the community service hours he’s required to do as a result of a plea deal in a case in which he was accused of touching a waitress’ breast at a Washington hotel.
Chris Cooley joined LaVar and Dukes to talk about the Redskins overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys, and Cooley also shared what he thinks of Albert Haynesworth passion to play football.
The Mike Wise Show with Holden Kushner debuted their latest Redskins parody song today on the show. The song is titled “7 & 9″ and is set to the tune of “Stayin Alive” by The Bee Gees.
However, hopes always springs eternal for the burgundy and gold faithful even after an 18-30 record the past three years.
Yahoo! Sports NFL columnist Jason Cole says the fans and media in New England seem to love Albert because he hasn’t done anything wrong yet.