Haynesworth on the move? 

April, 5, 2010
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Could Albert Haynesworth end up back with the Tennessee Titans? Don't be surprised. The Washington Redskins offered Haynesworth to Philadelphia in the Donovan McNabb trade talks but the Eagles settled for draft choices. What is clear is that the Redskins are willing to part with Haynesworth, according to multiple sources. It doesn't seem as though Haynesworth is right fit at the moment in the new Mike Shanahan era.

Haynesworth has always been comfortable playing for Jeff Fisher and defensive line coach Jim Washburn in Nashville, but he couldn't refuse the seven-year, $100 million offer from the Redskins last season. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Rams could be interested in trading defensive tackle Adam Carriker for Haynesworth.

The Campbell market: The Oakland Raiders and Buffalo Bills could be the two teams that might show interest in acquiring Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell, who clearly doesn't have a home now because of the McNabb trade. Campbell probably could be had for a middle-round draft choice as opposed to a second-rounder and a third or a fourth in 2011, the price of McNabb. Campbell, according to a source, is willing to sign his one-year restricted free-agent tender. By signing his tender, Campbell could speed up his chances of being traded.

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