Mugshot: Albert Haynesworth Arrested for Assault in Road Rage Incident
I don’t want to get Redskins fan upset, but you do know that Haynesworth has been paid over 40 million dollars for his two years of limited service in Washington.
Regardless if you think Mike Shanahan has a part in Haynesworth’s non production, the facts are Haynesworth from the time he signed his contract has been a colossal bust both on and off the field.
This just adds to it. TMZ has the details.
Haynesworth — one of the highest paid defensive players in the NFL — allegedly “struck” a 38-year-old man driving a Honda Civic.
According to the Washington Post, the Honda driver felt Haynesworth was tailgating him on the Fairfax County Parkway and issued a “non verbal hand gesture” … aka “he gave him the finger.”
At some point the two cars came to a stop at a red light and Albert got out and, after the two exchanged words, allegedly assaulted the other man. Haynesworth allegedly got back into his vehicle and drove away.
The driver of the Civic is just lucky Haynesworth didn’t stomp him in the face. If he had has cleats on he might have done that.
Daniel Synder showed once again why he is one of the worst owners in the NFL and the sad thing is if there is a NFL season next year, he will do the exact same thing.
That’s why the Redskins will never be a consistent winner while he is the owner.
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