Let’s ignore the complicated financial aspects of an Albert Haynesworth trade for a minute.
What would he cost in terms of trade compensation?
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, who is about as clued in to his team as any beat writer, breaks down what the Titans would give up for their former defensive tackle.
The Titans would not be willing to part with their first-round pick. They don’t have a second-round pick, but would be willing to give up a third-rounder for Haynesworth.
Well, that’s pretty specific. At his reduced salary level, Haynesworth has plenty of value. We’d guess he has more value than a third-rounder, but this is new territory we’re wading into.
Using a 2011 draft pick to sweeten the deal is a possibility, if the Redskins are truly motivated sellers.