Found February 25, 2012 on The Juicy Online:
Newly hired head coach of the St. Louis Rams Jeff Fisher could be reunited with a former Tennessee Titans star, as it's being reported by Titaninsider that Fisher and the Rams could sign Albert Haynesworth.

Haynesworth, who was release by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers recently, can be signed before free agency, which starts on March 13. Fisher has made it known that the Rams are considering Haynesworth among other players to sign to the team.

"There's some unrestricted free agents out there that are not under contract that we've been talking about. He's one of them, and that is something that remains to be seen", Fisher said.

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Rams coach Jeff Fisher is thinking about a reunion with one of his most infamous former players. Fisher says the Rams have discussed signing defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth. It’s Fisher’s job to “discuss” just about anyone, but he sounded very open to the possibility of adding the former Titan. (And former Redskin. And former Patriot.…

Rams interested in re-signing Brandon Lloyd

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