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Haslett said Haynesworth will have to learn all three positions on the defensive line. Haynesworth has particularly shunned the nose tackle position, but the offseason signing of veteran Ma’ake Kemoeatu could allow Haynesworth to play more at defensive end.

Then there’s the issue of team chemistry. Teammates openly called Haynesworth “selfish” when he skipped a mandatory minicamp in June, less than three months after getting a $21 million bonus as part of his contract.

“A lot was said, but now it’s time to play football,” defensive end Phillip Daniels said. “It’s time to move forward. He knows that. He don’t hold any grudges. We don’t hold any grudges.”

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall, speaking earlier in camp, had a different take.

“I don’t think there’s a point in coming out there trying to win those guys back,” Hall said. “I think he has to come out here and do what we need him to do to win games. I think the naive person in all of us wants everybody to be friends. Sometimes that’s not how it is. I might not ever like a guy. On the field, you might think we’re best friends.”

Notes: The test consists of a pair of 12 back-and-forth 25-yard sprints, with a 3 1/2 minute break in between. … First-round pick LT Trent Williams practiced after being limited for one day with tightness in his hip. … WR Mike Furrey (concussion), RT Jammal Brown (hip), WR Malcolm Kelly (hamstring) and DL Howard Green (hip) remain sidelined.