From the Chicago Sun-Times
With all his belongings from Halas Hall stuffed into a white trash bag in the passenger seat of his SUV, defensive end Michael Haynes rolled out of the parking lot Monday morning for what he expects to be the second-to-last time.
He'll return this morning to pick up his helmet, but the former first-round pick doesn't believe he'll wear it again. Haynes made it clear he desires to be released or traded.
''Definitely,'' Haynes said. ''It's pretty clear it's time for me to move on.''
It is really simple math, Haynes plays at a position where we have a number of guys playing at a high level. He just happens to be the odd man out.l