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Perhaps surprising some people by being placed so far down the list, Albert Haynesworth comes in as my No. 3.
Fat Albert played his cards like so many footballers do, posting his best stats in the final year of his contract while playing for the Tennessee Titans.
As always, team owner Dan Snyder was overly impressed with the 6'6 man-beast and he offered Haynesworth a seven-year deal worth $100 million on the very first day of free agency in 2009.
Haynesworth agreed to the deal, obviously, and he has been nothing but crap ever since coming to Washington.
Once thought to be the most dominant defender in the NFL, people didn't seem to realize what kind of teammate/player Haynesworth was until he became a Redskin. In order to be the most dominant defender, you must 1.) play enough snaps to even be considered and 2.) sacrifice for the best of your team in order to get the win. Haynesworth hasn't/won't do either.
In his first season in Washington, Haynesworth played limited snaps and always appeared to be gasping for oxygen (also known as being out of shape). Then, Mike Shanahan was introduced as the Redskins head coach and the 3-4 scheme was implemented on defense. Haynesworth then began his crocodile tear saga in which he refused to play nose tackle because he didn't prefer the double-teams.
Mind you, Haynesworth was told by Shanahan that he would receive the bonus money of his contract if he agreed to play nose tackle and give the team 110 percent, otherwise the Redskins would look to trade him. Haynesworth agreed to Shanahan's agenda, accepted the bonus check, cashed it...and proceeded to screw the team while proving himself to be the selfish liar that he is.
While Haynesworth's current standing with the franchise could best be described as "in limbo", it should also be noted that Fat Albert has been accused of faulting on loans, impregnating a stripper in 2010 during Super Bowl weekend and leaving her with no financial assistance, punching a man during a traffic altercation in Virginia and feeling up a waitress at a rooftop lounge in D.C.--all while being employed by the Washington Redskins and raking in his millions.
In a combination of his attitude, production, off the field issues and contract, Haynesworth is easily one of the most hated Redskins in recent history--and arguably one of the most hated in all of team history.