Haynesworth Reckless Driving Case Coming To A Close?

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Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth’s reckless driving case could be resolved as soon as Thursday morning.

According to the Tennessean, Haynesworth made a surprise appearance in court this week and was instructed by a circuit court judge to return to court Thursday at 9:00 a.m. in order to enter a plea.

Per the report, a court official said that Haynesworth was probably trying to avoid any publicity regarding his plea.

In this case, Haynesworth was also cited for driving a vehicle with expired registration.

According to police reports, Haynesworth was speeding in his Ferrari when he tried to pass another car and bumped it into a concrete barrier.

Haynesworth had already been placed on supervised probation for a separate traffic case where he was reportedly driving over 100 mph in Tennessee.

However, the former Tennessee Titans star isn’t being charged with a probation violation because court officials weren’t privy to the new charges during a month-long probationary period.

In an unrelated Haynesworth matter, there hasn’t been any recent update on the NFL’s investigation into the Titans’ tampering allegations against the Redskins.

Haynesworth signed a contract with a $100 million maximum value a few hours into the free agency signing period. 

8 responses to “Haynesworth Reckless Driving Case Coming To A Close?

  1. No mention of the injury he caused. Mentioned that he was driving a Ferrari BEFORE signing a $100 million deal. Caught doing over 100 mph before.
    Until this jerk is given serious consequences for his actions, he will continue to do as he pleases.
    In a semi-related matter: Daniel Snyder is an idiot.

  2. @RedskinPete: Yeah, good idea, let him do whatever he wants. I’m sure you wouldn’t be too happy if he nailed you into a concrete wall while going 100 mph on the freeway and you end up in a wheelchair for life.

  3. This is just like if you have bad news release it on a Friday since the MCNair coverage is burying the Haynesworth coverage.

  4. Go ahead…don’t post comments that call out Aaron Wilson on his douchebaggery.
    His insecure douchebaggery only reflects on this site.
    Have fun with that.

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