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FOXBORO, Mass. -- Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth's reduced playing time in the second half of Sunday's loss to the Giants was a result of a positional rotation. On his final snap, Haynesworth was blown out of his gap by left guard David Diehl, who opened a hole so wide that running back Brandon Jacobs ran freely for a 10-yard touchdown. Yet Belichick said Haynesworth was relegated to bench duty due to the rotation and not performance. "We had a lot of defensive linemen active, so they played in different rotations," Belichick said Monday. "Vince...
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According to ESPN this afternoon, the New England Patriots have released DT Albert Haynesworth this afternoon. According to the network, Haynesworth had a verbal altercation with his defensive line coach, Pepper Johnson. This move comes as little surprise as Haynesworth has contributed nothing to the club this season, totaling only three tackles.
Haynesworth was acquired...
98.5 The Sports Hub out of Boston is reporting that the New England Patriots have cut Albert Haynesworth. This comes two days after Haynesworth got into it on the sidelines with D-Line coach Pepper Johnson during Sunday's loss vs. the Giants. This is zero loss. This was a low risk high reward signing that didn't work out. Next. Haynesworth represented the Patriots philosophy...
By Corey BourassaA league source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have claimed former New England defenisve end Albert Haynesworth off waivers.
Haynesworth was released by the Patriots on Tuesday. Haynesworth played in six games with New England and had only three tackles. The Patriots acquired him in a trade with Washington for a fifth-round draft choice in 2013.
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Bill Belichick on Albert Haynesworth: We really tried to make it work.
The Patriots cut loose Albert Haynesworth yesterday, losing a key cog in their defensive line… kinda. The reality is that the DT Kyle Love has been starting alongside Vince Wilfork the entire season. The second-year player from Mississippi State has 14 tackles, one sack, and has eaten up plenty of blockers.
Today, with Haynesworth gone, Love stepped back into the spotlight and...
Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth became a star with the Titans, even though he didn’t play like a star until he was chasing a contract. He left the team for a big-money offer from the Redskins in 2009. After two failed seasons in D.C. and a trade to New England and a failed half-season there, Haynesworth…
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If you listened to Rex Ryan today on his conference call with the local media, Albert Haynesworth was a complete non-factor in his game planning. And this was before Bill Belichick sent the big fella packing.
Ryan pretty much dissed Haynesworth when asked if he had begun to game plan for the mammoth defensive tackle.
”To be honest with you, our concern wasn’t Albert Haynesworth...
The New England Patriots cut ties Tuesday with defensive tackle
Albert Haynesworth, the Boston Herald reported.
FOXBORO, Mass. -- His words were short and measured as always. But even Bill Belichick couldn't mask the frustration simmering beneath the surface.
Of all the personnel moves the Patriots made after the lockout, the two that garnered the most attention were the trades for defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth and receiver Chad Ochocinco.