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Albert Haynesworth played his best football in the state of Tennessee. The state is the site of his latest business venture.
As a former star at the University of Tennessee and the Tennessee Titans, Haynesworth is banking that the notoriety that he generated during the height of his career will translate into dollar signs.
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Albert Haynesworth seems to think he has “haters” because he has been doing good things. He was interviewed in the Knoxville News to promote a new restaurant opening and had this to say:
“When you’re successful a lot of people are going to come after you. . . . A lot of people call it haters,” Haynesworth said. “If you’ve got haters, that means you’re doing something...
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After an unceremonious end to his NFL career, Albert Haynesworth is hoping he will have better luck in the culinary industry.
The former All-Pro defensive tackle plans to open a burger joint this September near the campus of his alma mater, the University of Tennessee. The restaurant will be new franchise of BurgerFi, a Florida-based chain specializing in gourmet-quality beef.
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