Titans willing to move a third-round pick to the Redskins for Haynesworth?

The latest scuttlebutt about the chance the Redskins may move last seasons big-name free agent Albert Haynesworth has him maybe going back to his old team – the Titans. The Tennessean’s latest on Haynesworth has the Titans looking to give up a third-round pick for him:

By trading for Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, the Titans would get the NFL’s prized free agent from a year ago back in Nashville with an affordable contract, one that was much cheaper than what the Titans offered him before he left. If GM Mike Reinfeldt could get Haynesworth back with a contract that’s essentially worth just $16.2 Million over the next three years, he’d finally get cut some slack by an impatient fan base, but one big thing working against the Titans: they don’t have a second-round pick to offer as part of a trade. They have a third, and while they’d certainly be willing to give that up, the question is whether the Redskins would take it and they might be able to do a whole lot better, but the Titans would not be willing to trade a first-round pick.

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