Albert Haynesworth has missed the entirety of Redskins training camp to this point, and will continue to miss practice until he passes his conditioning test. A test he has been unable to even attempt recently, because of soreness and inflammation in his knee.
On Thursday, he underwent an MRI test on that knee to make sure that it wasn't a serious injury causing his discomfort. According to Jason Reid of the Washington Post, the results of that MRI are in, and it's good news for Haynesworth and the Redskins.
An MRI exam Thursday of Albert Haynesworth's irritated knee revealed no structural damage, and the Redskins are hopeful the Pro Bowl defensive lineman will be at full strength soon, people familiar with the situation said.
Well, that's a relief. But you know what that means, Albert. Time to get back in the saddle and tackle that conditioning test!