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Clinton Portis and Albert Haynesworth: Just a couple of cut-ups

Noted yukmeisters Clinton Portis and Albert Haynesworth were at it again today during the Redskins' open locker room.

Media members approached Portis, for whom they had some questions after his radio comments about women in locker rooms and subsequent apology Tuesday. According to Rick Maese on the Redskins Insider Twitter feed, Haynesworth and Portis went Laurel Hardy and Hardy in a "lame performance act:"

When asked a question, Portis held up sign saying "No comment," while Haynesworth put strip of black tape over Portis's mouth
Ensuing questions brought more black tape and signs like "Have a nice day" and "God bless"

They're no Dan and Dexter, but frankly who is?

(Reid and Maese have details at Redskins Insider.)

By Cindy Boren  |  September 16, 2010; 11:10 AM ET
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Gee, I thought Haynesworth hated to be here....seems like he is getting used to things...the way it should be.

Posted by: ejharrisjr40 | September 16, 2010 11:46 AM | Report abuse

We've seen glimpses of a very likable side to Albert's personality, but unfortunately they've been few and far between.

And this silliness with Clinton Portis... ah, whatever. Hopefully they were just having a laugh and not really trying to make a point about being "oppressed" or having their freedom of speech abridged by the company they work for.

Posted by: NateinthePDX | September 16, 2010 1:52 PM | Report abuse

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