If we had to characterize it, we'd say that Albert Haynesworth and Redskins fans have a hate-hate relationship. This is what happens when you sign a $100 million contract and pretty much quit on the team. Haynesworth lasted 20 games in Washington before the organization traded him away for, among other things, lethargy:
But Haynesworth continues to take shots at the team he says took away his love of the game. On Sunday, he tweeted about two Cowboys fans wearing Robert Griffin III jerseys at AT&T Stadium.
Something must be wrong within the organization when majority of their high profile players end up not liking them pic.twitter.com/ltNkFjorJt— Albert Haynesworth (@haynesworthiii) January 3, 2016
Two days later, he told TMZ, "Most Redskins fans are the nastiest I've met and the most ridiculous in the way they act. They couldn't get any ruder."
We refer you to the .GIF above for at least one reason why Redskins fans might be bitter.
Not helping: Haynesworth has previously warned players -- both currently on the Redskins roster and those being wooed by the team in free agency -- that Washington was a terrible place to play. In response, DC radio host and former Redskins tight end Chris Cooley once called Haynesworth "an awful human being," and said the front office made a "terrible decision" by signing him.
Meanwhile, 106.7 The Fan's Chad Dukes has some free advice for Big Al:
Some free advice for @haynesworthiii: if you don't want to hear from the #Redskins fans, don't trash the franchise on twitter. Get it?— chad dukes (@chaddukes) January 6, 2016