The article above says Haynesworth is about as good as gone in Washington. It says they may have to take as little as a 7th rounder in 2013 (I think he is being hyperbolic to be funny), but he won't be back with Washington. Rumored destinations in the past have been Tennessee (probably no longer going to happen since the coaching staff has turned over) or the Eagles, where he'd be reunited with his former positional coach. I can't think of a low-cost move that would have the potential impact of getting Haynesworth. He is a pocket-collpasing force when motivated, and I think getting out of Washington and their 3-4 defense and into a tradition 4-3 next to Peppers would be a good motivator. He would take the pressure off our corners because he and Peppers would give little time for WRs to get separation. I think offering a 5th (with or without Tommie Harris) would get it done. His contract was severely front-loaded, so his cost in picks and money isn't too bad.