It might be tough for the Redskins to deal defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth and his huge contract alone, so Andrew Brandt of the National Football Post suggests that they add running back Clinton Portis to the equation. "One way a trade of Haynesworth might possibly work now is if the Redskins ? akin to trades in the NBA -- find a team to dump another bad contract or two along with Haynesworth to ease their blow. The obvious candidate here is Clinton Portis, who has $6.43M of his $7.2M salary guaranteed for 2010," Brandt writes. "In this scenario, the Redskins would be looking for a trade partner to take on Haynesworth?s deal and Portis? deal to cushion the impact of the $32M paid to Haynesworth. Again, unlikely, but worth a shot."