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August 1, 2010
After a week of warring with Redskins coach Mike Shanahan — and failing multiple conditioning tests — defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth told a television station in Washington: "I'm tired of this B.S. I just want to get out on the field and play football." The whole affair has become a major distraction, which comes as no surprise to some people. Former Jets and Chiefs coach Herm Edwards, for one, predicted this type of mess a few weeks ago. " Jeff Fisher is a smart football coach," Edwards said, referring to the coach who allowed Haynesworth to leave the Titans.
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By Sports Digest | July 9, 2011
College football Maryland's Tate makes Nagurski Watch List Terps linebacker Kenny Tate (DeMatha) was placed on the watch list for the Bronko Nagurski Trophy on Friday. The honor is awarded annually to the nation's best defensive player by the Football Writers Association of America and the Charlotte Touchdown Club. It was the second honor of the week for the rising senior, who on Tuesday made the watch list for the Chuck Bednarik Award, which also honors the top defender in the nation.
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October 3, 2006
Good morning --Albert Haynesworth-- Look on the bright side: You don't have to play with the Titans for five games.
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By Rick Maese and Jason Reid, The Washington Post | August 7, 2010
— Early in the afternoon practice, the large lineman, formerly caught in a tug of war between disgruntled and disinterested, squatted down and lined up as a nose tackle, stuck his hand in the grass at Redskins Park for the first time in seven months. The magnitude of the moment — 41/2 months in the making — wasn't lost on defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, who shouted out, "Oh, yeah, we got the big guy back!" On the 10th day of training camp, Albert Haynesworth finally joined his teammates at practice.
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January 6, 2008
Injury report Today N.Y. Giants at Tampa Bay GIANTS: Doubtful: CB Sam Madison (stomach), C Shaun O'Hara (knee). Questionable: CB Kevin Dockery (hip), LB Kawika Mitchell (knee), DE Dave Tollefson (concussion). Probable: RB Ahmad Bradshaw (calf), WR Plaxico Burress (ankle), TE Michael Matthews (illness), WR Sinorice Moss (back). BUCCANEERS: Doubtful: LB Cato June (foot). Question able: G Arron Sears (ankle). Tennessee at San Diego TITANS: Out: WR Roydell Williams (ankle), G Benji Olson (back)
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,bill.ordine@baltsun.com | January 8, 2009
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee Titans backup safety Vincent Fuller vividly recalls how his loyalties were quite different the last time the Ravens were here for a playoff game. Fuller, a Baltimore native and Woodlawn High graduate, was a college freshman at Virginia Tech home for Christmas break. "I was big-time Ravens," Fuller said. "Ever since they moved to Baltimore in 1995, I've been a Ravens fan. Even now when we get the [news] clips of other teams, Baltimore is one of the first teams I look at."
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | January 10, 2009
Ravens run offense vs. Titans run defense: : The Ravens, who had the NFL's fourth-best ground attack, had an effective running game against Tennessee earlier this season. RBs Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain combined for 115 rushing yards. McClain has taken over as the featured back the past seven weeks, averaging 86.5 yards and scoring six touchdowns. The Titans, who had the sixth-ranked run defense, get the right side of their line back with the return of DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (groin)
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By From Sun staff and news services | December 16, 2009
Minnesota Vikings backup linebacker Erin Henderson was suspended for four games without pay Tuesday for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. The suspension covers Minnesota's final three regular-season games and first playoff game. The NFL does not specify the substances for which players test positive. A message was left seeking comment from Henderson's agent, Brian Mackler . The Vikings were off Tuesday and unavailable for comment.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 28, 2009
Haynesworth goes to 'Skins for $100M nfl After signing a contract with an NFL-record $41 million in guaranteed money, Albert Haynesworth made a guarantee of his own. "You're not going to remember Albert Haynesworth as a bust," he said. The All-Pro defensive tackle has to live up to the seven-year, $100 million contract he signed yesterday with the Washington Redskins within hours of the midnight start of free agency. The Redskins also re-signed cornerback DeAngelo Hall to a six-year, $54 million deal that includes $22.5 million guaranteed.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun reporter | October 6, 2006
Albert Haynesworth had a reputation for angry outbursts long before he crossed the line of good judgment and common decency in Nashville, Tenn. In 2003, as a second-year defensive tackle with the Tennessee Titans, he kicked teammate Justin Hartwig in the chest at the conclusion of a practice play. As a sophomore at the University of Tennessee, he once fought with a teammate in practice, left the field and, according to the Associated Press, returned with a metal pole looking for the player.
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August 1, 2010
After a week of warring with Redskins coach Mike Shanahan — and failing multiple conditioning tests — defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth told a television station in Washington: "I'm tired of this B.S. I just want to get out on the field and play football." The whole affair has become a major distraction, which comes as no surprise to some people. Former Jets and Chiefs coach Herm Edwards, for one, predicted this type of mess a few weeks ago. " Jeff Fisher is a smart football coach," Edwards said, referring to the coach who allowed Haynesworth to leave the Titans.
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By From Sun staff and news services | December 16, 2009
Minnesota Vikings backup linebacker Erin Henderson was suspended for four games without pay Tuesday for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. The suspension covers Minnesota's final three regular-season games and first playoff game. The NFL does not specify the substances for which players test positive. A message was left seeking comment from Henderson's agent, Brian Mackler . The Vikings were off Tuesday and unavailable for comment.
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By From Sun staff and news services | February 28, 2009
Haynesworth goes to 'Skins for $100M nfl After signing a contract with an NFL-record $41 million in guaranteed money, Albert Haynesworth made a guarantee of his own. "You're not going to remember Albert Haynesworth as a bust," he said. The All-Pro defensive tackle has to live up to the seven-year, $100 million contract he signed yesterday with the Washington Redskins within hours of the midnight start of free agency. The Redskins also re-signed cornerback DeAngelo Hall to a six-year, $54 million deal that includes $22.5 million guaranteed.
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January 10, 2009
Today RAVENS AT TENNESSEE RAVENS: Out: LB Antwan Barnes (chest). Questionable: DT Justin Bannan (foot), TE Todd Heap (back), LB Jarret Johnson (calf), WR Derrick Mason (shoulder), S Ed Reed (knee, illness), CB Samari Rolle (thigh), K Matt Stover (right ankle), CB Fabian Washington (neck). TITANS: Out: DE Dave Ball (back), C Kevin Mawae (elbow). Questionable: S Tuff Harris (calf). Probable: CB Nicholas Harper (groin), DT Albert Haynesworth (knee), TE Bo Scaife (illness), LB David Thornton (hip)
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By JAMISON HENSLEY | January 10, 2009
Ravens run offense vs. Titans run defense: : The Ravens, who had the NFL's fourth-best ground attack, had an effective running game against Tennessee earlier this season. RBs Willis McGahee and Le'Ron McClain combined for 115 rushing yards. McClain has taken over as the featured back the past seven weeks, averaging 86.5 yards and scoring six touchdowns. The Titans, who had the sixth-ranked run defense, get the right side of their line back with the return of DE Kyle Vanden Bosch (groin)
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By Bill Ordine and Bill Ordine,bill.ordine@baltsun.com | January 8, 2009
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Tennessee Titans backup safety Vincent Fuller vividly recalls how his loyalties were quite different the last time the Ravens were here for a playoff game. Fuller, a Baltimore native and Woodlawn High graduate, was a college freshman at Virginia Tech home for Christmas break. "I was big-time Ravens," Fuller said. "Ever since they moved to Baltimore in 1995, I've been a Ravens fan. Even now when we get the [news] clips of other teams, Baltimore is one of the first teams I look at."
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | November 21, 2008
For the Ravens, home is where the wins are. Since 2000, the Ravens have compiled a 49-18 record in Baltimore. Their home winning percentage of .720 ranks third behind the New England Patriots' .743 (52-18) and the Indianapolis Colts' .725 (50-19). Coming home tastes even sweeter for a team that just completed three consecutive games on the road and five of the past six away from M&T Bank Stadium. "It just feels good to not have to go get on a plane this week and get to stay at my home," linebacker Ray Lewis said.
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