So Albert Haynesworth has been struggling to run 300-yard shuttles in under 70 seconds, but that doesn't mean he hasn't been putting in plenty of effort during the first two days of training camp. Multiple media comments have allowed us to discern that Haynesworth has most likely been the first to arrive and the last to leave Redskins practice each of the past two days.
The hard working Chris Russell told us last night that Haynesworth was still at the facility at least until 8:36 PM, long after many other players had departed.
Well he must not have gotten very much sleep, because Grant Paulsen reported live on 106.7 The Fan this morning that Haynesworth arrived for work at approximately 6:00 AM.
And now for the second day in a row, we have reports from Rick Maese among others that Haynesworth took to the field after regular practice had ended to work with defensive line coach Jacob Burney on positioning drills.
Of course Haynesworth wasn't in the best of moods when he was done for the night. Via Rich Campbell:
Leaving the field, Haynesworth was asked if he thought the team is messing with him: "I really don't give a s***," he said