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|Feb. 15 9:52 AM PT10:52 AM MT11:52 AM CT12:52 PM ET17:52 GMT1:52 AM 北京时间10:52 AM MST12:52 PM EST11:52 AM CT21:52 UAE12:52 ET - Haynesworth has been released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who signed him after injuries decimated their roster midway through last season. General manager Mark Dominik announced the move Wednesday, saying he appreciated Haynesworth filling in for seven games and that he wishes the 350-pound tackle the best moving forward.
Analysis: The veteran of 10 NFL seasons was claimed off waivers from the New England Patriots on Nov. 8. He started six games for Tampa Bay, finishing with 25 tackles.
|Nov. 13 8:06 AM PT9:06 AM MT10:06 AM CT11:06 AM ET16:06 GMT12:06 AM 北京时间9:06 AM MST11:06 AM EST10:06 AM CT20:06 UAE11:06 ET - Five days after being released by the New England Patriots, Albert Haynesworth is making his first start for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Analysis: The 350-pound defensive tackle is in the lineup Sunday against the Houston Texans, filling in for the injured Gerald McCoy. McCoy tore his right biceps last week and his backup, Frank Okam, is inactive with a sore calf.
|Nov. 10 1:23 PM PT2:23 PM MT3:23 PM CT4:23 PM ET21:23 GMT5:23 AM 北京时间2:23 PM MST4:23 PM EST3:23 PM CT1:23 UAE (+1)16:23 ET - Haynesworth is excited about having an opportunity to rekindle his NFL career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 350-pound defensive tackle practiced with his new team for the first time Thursday, saying he's motivated to leave behind two-plus disappointing seasons with Washington and New England and prove he still can be a productive player.
Analysis: Haynesworth was released by the Patriots on Tuesday, claimed off waivers Wednesday and is expected to play Sunday against the Houston Texans.
|Nov. 9 1:04 PM PT2:04 PM MT3:04 PM CT4:04 PM ET21:04 GMT5:04 AM 北京时间2:04 PM MST4:04 PM EST3:04 PM CT1:04 UAE (+1)16:04 ET - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have claimed Haynesworth off waivers, one day after the defensive lineman was released by the New England Patriots.
Analysis: General manager Mark Dominik confirmed the move Wednesday, saying the Bucs more than likely would not have been interested in the 350-pound Haynesworth if the team had not lost Gerald McCoy for the season this week because of a torn right biceps. Haynesworth joined New England this year after two rocky seasons in Washington, where he signed a seven-year, $100 million free agent contract in 2009.
|Nov. 8 12:28 PM PT1:28 PM MT2:28 PM CT3:28 PM ET20:28 GMT4:28 AM 北京时间1:28 PM MST3:28 PM EST2:28 PM CT0:28 UAE (+1)15:28 ET - The Boston Herald is reporting that the New England Patriots have released defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth. The move came Tuesday, two days after Haynesworth did not play for most of the second half of Sunday's 24-20 loss to the New York Giants.
Analysis: New England obtained Haynesworth for a fifth-round draft choice on July 28 after he spent two seasons with Washington on a seven-year, $100 million contract. He constantly feuded last season with Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and was suspended for the last four games for conduct detrimental to the club. With the Patriots, Haynesworth had six tackles in six games, missing two with a back injury. He had no tackles against the Giants.
|Sep. 25 8:19 AM PT9:19 AM MT10:19 AM CT11:19 AM ET15:19 GMT11:19 PM 北京时间8:19 AM MST10:19 AM EST9:19 AM CT19:19 UAE11:19 ET - Haynesworth was active for the Patriots after missing two games.
Analysis: Haynesworth had been dealing with a bad back.
|Aug. 23 12:33 PM PT1:33 PM MT2:33 PM CT3:33 PM ET19:33 GMT3:33 AM 北京时间12:33 PM MST2:33 PM EST1:33 PM CT23:33 UAE15:33 ET - Haynesworth returned to practice Tuesday, one day after he pleaded no contest to a charge of simple assault. Haynesworth was in pads and participated in drills at the beginning of the afternoon practice. The defensive lineman is one piece of the Patriots' rebuilt defense.
Analysis: Haynesworth last practiced on Aug. 4, and was in pads but did not practice on Saturday. Coach Bill Belichick had been describing Haynesworth's situation as "day to day" for two weeks.
|Aug. 22 11:41 AM PT12:41 PM MT1:41 PM CT2:41 PM ET18:41 GMT2:41 AM 北京时间11:41 AM MST1:41 PM EST12:41 PM CT22:41 UAE14:41 ET - Haynesworth has agreed to plead no contest to a charge of simple assault to resolve a case in which he was accused of groping the breast of a waitress at a Washington hotel.
Analysis: Haynesworth appeared Monday in D.C. Superior Court to enter the plea. Haynesworth had been scheduled to go to trial Tuesday on a misdemeanor charge of sexual abuse. If convicted of the sexual abuse charge, he faced up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000. But the plea resolves the case as long as Haynesworth stays out of trouble for the next 18 months.
|Aug. 18 4:44 PM PT5:44 PM MT6:44 PM CT7:44 PM ET23:44 GMT7:44 AM 北京时间4:44 PM MST6:44 PM EST5:44 PM CT3:44 UAE (+1)19:44 ET - Prosecutors say a lawyer for Albert Haynesworth has repeatedly offered money to a waitress who alleges the NFL defensive lineman sexually abused her to try to enlist her help in getting the case dismissed. Prosecutors said in a filing Thursday that on "numerous occasions" Haynesworth's lawyer approached the waitress' attorney offering money.
Analysis: Haynesworth's attorney, A. Scott Bolden, denies he had offered the woman or her lawyer any money to in relation to the case that is set for trial Tuesday. Haynesworth is accused of sliding his credit card into the waitress' bra and touching her breast while having drinks with friends at Washington's W Hotel in February.
|Aug. 2 11:32 AM PT12:32 PM MT1:32 PM CT2:32 PM ET18:32 GMT2:32 AM 北京时间11:32 AM MST1:32 PM EST12:32 PM CT22:32 UAE14:32 ET - New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick says his early impression on Haynesworth has been good.
Analysis: Belichick says the defensive tackle has worked hard and is coming along, but there is still a long way to go in training camp. Haynesworth practiced with the Patriots for the first time on Sunday. The team had Monday off, but was back on the practice field Tuesday. Belichick would not address specifics on Haynesworth's troubled history. He says the Patriots take a thorough look at every player before deciding they're comfortable enough to sign him.
|July 28 7:36 AM PT8:36 AM MT9:36 AM CT10:36 AM ET14:36 GMT10:36 PM 北京时间7:36 AM MST9:36 AM EST8:36 AM CT18:36 UAE10:36 ET - The Washington Redskins shipped Albert Haynesworth to the New England Patriots for a 2013 fifth-round draft pick Thursday, a relatively meager piece of compensation for a two-time All-Pro with one of the most lucrative contracts ever signed.
Analysis: The move rids the Redskins of a two-year distraction who did little to justify his standing on the field and was in constant legal trouble away from it. Haynesworth played in only 20 games in Washington, recording 6 1/2 sacks. Last year, he constantly feuded with new coach Mike Shanahan and was suspended for the final four games for conduct detrimental to the club.
|May 10 7:24 AM PT8:24 AM MT9:24 AM CT10:24 AM ET14:24 GMT10:24 PM 北京时间7:24 AM MST9:24 AM EST8:24 AM CT18:24 UAE10:24 ET - A lawyer for Washington Redskins defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to a charge of sexual abuse.
Analysis: Haynesworth's lawyer entered the plea for his client during an arraignment hearing Tuesday morning in Superior Court in Washington. Haynesworth, who was not present at the hearing, is accused of sliding his credit card into the bra of a waitress and touching her breast during a birthday party at a hotel in February. Haynesworth's lawyer has said his client is innocent and will fight the charge.
|Apr. 26 1:36 PM PT2:36 PM MT3:36 PM CT4:36 PM ET20:36 GMT4:36 AM 北京时间1:36 PM MST3:36 PM EST2:36 PM CT0:36 UAE (+1)16:36 ET - Haynesworth has been charged with misdemeanor sexual abuse for allegedly fondling his server's breast at a Washington hotel.
Analysis: A grand jury indicted Haynesworth on Tuesday. The waitress' allegations have been reported by the media after the alleged incident in February. If convicted, the 29-year-old Haynesworth faces up to six months in jail and a fine of up to $1,000.
|Feb. 4 12:24 PM PT1:24 PM MT2:24 PM CT3:24 PM ET20:24 GMT4:24 AM 北京时间1:24 PM MST3:24 PM EST2:24 PM CT0:24 UAE (+1)15:24 ET - Haynesworth has been accused of assault in what police said was a case of road rage. He has not been formally charged in the case. But a warrant has been issued, and police have been in touch with Haynesworth's attorney, Broderick said. Arrangements have been made for Haynesworth to meet with officers, and he will appear in Fairfax County General District Court at a later date.
Analysis: Fairfax County police spokeswoman Shelley Broderick said a 38-year-old man told investigators he was driving a Honda Civic in suburban Washington when he saw a pickup truck tailgating him and made a hand gesture. The driver of the truck, later identified as Haynesworth, got out of his car when the two vehicles stopped and reportedly assaulted the other driver. Simple assault is punishable in Virginia by not more than a year in jail and a fine of $2,500 or less.