Albert Haynesworth Released Again (Shocker), This Time By Buccaneers

Albert Haynesworth is without a job. Again. The former New England Patriots defensive ... you know what, he doesn't even deserve a position title. The former Patriots mooch was dropped again, this time by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

New England released Haynesworth in the middle of this last season after he had a whopping two tackles. Haynesworth then signed on with the Buccaneers and started well, but once again, an NFL team didn't see any value left in him.

"I appreciate Albert playing for us after some key injuries this past season," Bucs general manager Mark Dominik said in a press release. "He was very professional and we now wish him all the best as he moves forward." (via WEEI)

Professional? Well, he was in New England. Lazy? That's probably a better word to describe it. Either way, it's starting to look like Haynesworth's days playing football (or being on rosters) are coming to and end. It just hasn't been Haynesworth it.

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