Finally! Albert Haynesworth passes conditioning test
At long last, Albert Haynesworth can show the Washington Redskins just how excited he is about Jim Haslett’s new 3-4 scheme.
Because on the 10th day of training camp, the defensive tackle who has already pocketed $32 million from Daniel Snyder after one year of service finally passed his Mike Shanahan conditioning test.
Determined to get out of the doghouse and onto the practice field, Haynesworth arrived at Redskins Park this morning at 5:30, according to Jason Reid of the Washington Post. Per the report, Haynesworth passes the first run in 66 seconds and the second in 70 seconds. His time limits were 70 and 73, respectively.
Per one source, Haslett was “happy as hell” that Haynesworth passed. Washington can now get him on the field in the middle of the defense and begin really coaching him up after he skipped the entire offseason program. Now, the focus can turn to football.
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