Haynesworth still with 'Skins

September 09, 2010

Redskins coach Mike Shanahan wouldn't address rumors surrounding a possible trade of defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth and said the veteran will be with the Redskins for Sunday's season opener against the Cowboys.

According to multiple media reports, the Redskins have been speaking with the Titans about possibly trading Haynesworth, who is under a $100 million contract with Washington.

"We've heard all these rumors and speculation," Shanahan said. "Albert had a great practice today, and he'll be ready to go this weekend. I think we'll leave it at that.

•The Cowboys could be without two key members of their offensive line Sunday. Left guard Kyle Kosier and right tackle Marc Colombo both missed practice. The two are recovering from knee injuries. … Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman was limited in practice while recovering from a broken thumb. Coach Raheem Morris said Freeman is on schedule to start against the Browns. … Season-ticket sales for teams have declined for the third year in a row.

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