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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Phillip Daniels
Albert Haynesworth already was a star when the Washington Redskins signed him to a record-setting $100 million free agent contract in February 2009. He was a quarterback's nightmare on the field and twice had been named an All-Pro defensive tackle. That acquisition, however, turned out to be one of the worst in NFL history.
The Washington Redskins have placed defensive linemen Ma'ake Kemoeatu and Phillip Daniels on injured reserve.
Even by Albert Haynesworth standards, it was quite a day. A teammate called him out, essentially for being selfish. He got publicly summoned to the coach's office. A television report suggested he appeared "hung over" at practice last week.
Mike Shanahan will meet with Albert Haynesworth before discussing the latest saga surrounding the defensive lineman.
DaVaris Daniels started his high school career the way most players dream of.
Albert Haynesworth returned to work as $100 million backup Monday, working at second-string nose tackle in his first full practice at this year's Washington Redskins training camp.
Albert Haynesworth has made it through his first full practice with the Washington Redskins, working as a second-string nose tackle.
Last month, Washington Redskins assistant head coach-defense Gregg Williams promised schematic changes to help a pass rush that was the worst in the NFL in 2006 with 19 sacks.
"I just know that what I can give to the team as a backup, what I did last year in goal-line and short yardage, no young guy can do that," he said. "I understand they're going young, but the way they handled it, I just thought it would be different."
Negative reports on Haynesworth's behavior have become so common that even teammate Phillip Daniels tweeted the latest news and added: "Man does it ever end."