Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth became a star with the Titans, even though he didn’t play like a star until he was chasing a contract. He left the team for a big-money offer from the Redskins in 2009. After two failed seasons in D.C. and a trade to New England and a failed half-season there, Haynesworth is available.
The Titans aren’t interested in a reunion, according to Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com.
It’s not surprising. Even though the Titans reportedly were interested last year in trading for Haynesworth once things started to fall apart for him with the Redskins, much has changed in Nashville. Coach Jeff Fisher is gone. Defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil is gone. And defensive line coach Jim Washburn, the man most widely credited for getting the most out of Haynesworth, also is gone.
As a result, Haynesworth will remain gone.