NFL Trade Rumors are starting to heat up as the NFL season is winding down, and we're only a little more than two weeks away from the Super Bowl in Dallas.
Obviously, this offseason will be somewhat interesting as the labor dispute hangs over the entire league. We still don't know what this offseason will bring and how active it will be in terms of player movement. You already get the sense that owners will be more weary to hand out big contracts and make trades involving draft picks because of the labor situation. Some media members predicted (and were correct) that more teams looking for head coaches would look internally rather than the big splash hire.
But how does all of that affect Albert Haynesworth?
The defensive tackle's days in Washington are surely numbered, even though ESPN's reporting Bruce Allen said in public Haynesworth could be back with the Redskins in 2011. It'd be hard to find teams who might be willing to take on his contract (especially with his issues), but he still does fulfill a big need.
So here are some teams that could go after Albert Haynesworth.