Do I really need to say why Albert Haynesworth is on this list? Isn't it glaringly obvious?
Do you really want me to explain why this man is the biggest waste of talent in the NFL?
When he wants to be, Albert Haynesworth is an absolute monster on the football field. Just picture a giant, fire-breathing ogre with a football helmet.
In his heyday, Haynesworth was that ogre. He was a massive run-stopper and one of the premiere defensive lineman in the league.
But in 2006, all respect for Haynesworth was thrown out the window after he stomped on the face of Cowboys center Andre Gurode. This incident has since gone down in history as one of the most disgusting and vile acts ever perpetrated on a football field.
After a play, Haynesworth bent down, removed Gerode's helmet from his head and stomped on his face with his cleat, right in the vicinity of his eye. The enormous gash in Gerode's face required 30 stitches and Haynesworth was suspended for the next five games.
I don't care what Gerode did, there's absolutely nothing in this world within the realm of reality that could excuse Haynesworth's actions.
Despite this, Haynesworth managed to make the Pro Bowl in '07 and '08.
In 2009, Haynesworth landed a major deal with the Washington Redskins, signing a seven-year, $100 million contract.
To show his appreciation to his new team for this enormous amount of money, Haynesworth began voicing displeasure towards the 3-4 defensive system and his defensive coordinator. Haynesworth's attitude went from negative to downright unmanageable as he refused to cooperate with the team.
The Redskins would go on to rid themselves of this cancer, managing to pull off a trade to the New England Patriots for a fifth-round draft pick.
Halfway into this season, however, the Patriots let Haynesworth go. Only a few days ago, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers decided to give Haynesworth yet another shot.
We'll all be eager to see how it pans out.