Albert Haynesworth's four-game suspension from the Washington Redskins ended when the team lost to the New York Giants 17-14 on Sunday. Therefore, Haynesworth was free (and even required) to report to Redskins Park on Monday, even though it's highly unlikely he has much of a future with the team.
So, Haynesworth did as he was supposed to do and showed up with the rest of the team for their exit interviews on Monday. After doing so much talking in the weeks leading up to the suspension, Haynesworth had nothing to say when reporters converged on his locker on Monday. Via Barry Svrluga of the Washington Post:
Albert Haynesworth arrives at Redskins Park: "I've got nothing to say." Moving on, then.
Haynesworth was reportedly cleaning out his locker, along with the rest of the team, but for him, that means more than it might mean for someone guaranteed to stick around next season. There's a good chance that he's cleaned out his locker for the last time as a member of the Washington Redskins.