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Defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth is still with the Redskins, and it seems he will be for the remainder of the season unless another team offers Coach Mike Shanahan exactly what he wants for the two-time Pro Bowler. A longtime NFL executive who has dealt with Shanahan said the Redskins' football boss holds firm in trade discussions. When Shanahan sets a trade price, he doesn't lower the price simply to make a deal. The Tennessee Titans would gladly welcome back Haynesworth, according to multiple people familiar with the situation but it is believed that Titans Coach Jeff Fisher, who is said to be friendly with Shanahan, has only offered the Redskins a fourth-round draft pick. By the end of this season, owner Daniel Snyder will have paid Haynesworth $35.6 million for two seasons on the roster. Presumably, Snyder would prefer some return on his investment.

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