A source tells TitanInsider that the Tennessee Titans have no interest in bringing defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth for a return engagement.
Haynesworth was released Tuesday by the New England Patriots after a sideline altercation with defensive line coach Pepper Johnson.
He enjoyed his most productive seasons while a Titan, leaving as a free agent after 2008 for a seven-year, $100 million package with the Washington Redskins. However, that deal soured after Haynesworth began to clash with new head coach Mike Shanahan last year when Shanahan was upset about Haynesworth conditioning and Haynesworth bristled at playing in a 3-4.
He was dealt to the New England Patriots for a fifth-round pick and reworked his contract, saying that going to New England would be a career-saving move.
Now that Haynesworth is free, however, the Titans have no interest in bringing him back for a second look, as they appear to be content to develop young tackles like Karl Klug, Jurrell Casey and Zach Clayton for the future.