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Posted at 2:34 PM ET, 11/19/2010

Haynesworth, to Dylan

By Dan Steinberg


Reader Todd sends across this Dylan-inspired version of the Albert Haynesworth play. I find it almost hypnotic.

If you want a more optimistic view of things, here's the latest from Black Boo.

By Dan Steinberg  | November 19, 2010; 2:34 PM ET
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Comments

Haha, good stuff. Albert deserves all the criticism he's receiving for that pathetic display of effort. Is there such thing as pride anymore or does money buy that too?

Earlier this week Haynesworth said he will "always be a Tennessee Titan" or something to that degree. What an insult to Titan organization. Why would any team want to associate themselves with such blatant laziness?

Posted by: MillBurray | November 19, 2010 2:44 PM | Report abuse

Let's see -- we have at least three good men's college basketball programs in the area, at least two good women's programs, the best hockey team in the NHL and a pro basketball team. And the only thing worth writing about is Albert Haynesworth over and over and over and over again?

You're getting lazy Steinz.

Enough already.

Posted by: bethesdaguy | November 19, 2010 3:05 PM | Report abuse

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