No OTAs. No Child Support Either.

Washington Redskin Defensive Tackle Still Making Headlines.

Whoever said 'out of sight, out of mind' never met Albert Haynesworth.

Not only is Albert the talk of the town - while not being in town - [i.e. for not showing up for 'voluntary' practices, and the latest round of OTAs], he continues to make sports headlines.

This time, for allegedly (I say, allegedly) impregnating a stripper and not providing support (assuming he's the father).

Page6 is reporting that Haynesworth is being sued for $10 million by a Brooklyn exotic dancer who claims he impregnated her -- then abandoned her.

Silvia Mena, 25, alleges Haynesworth, 28, met her in Miami, romanced her during Super Bowl week, and invited her to his Tennessee home. She claims in the documents that after learning about the pregnancy, Haynesworth promised to "emotionally and financially support Silvia." But, "after making such promises . . . Haynesworth has abandoned the pregnant Sylvia Mena . . . He has refused to provide any emotional or financial support of Silvia Mena or his unborn child."

Haynesworth must like being labled unsupportive. He's managed to be so, both on and off the field.

In the words of comedian Chris Rock, "That ain't right."

Haynesworth has two children with ex-wife, Stephanie, and another son from a previous relationship.

Related - Today's Redskin OTAs
Vonnie Holliday: Redskins are "a good fit" and "a great opportunity".
Shanahan on Santana and HGH allegations: "No suspension."

Out At Redskins Park.
Skins sign (welcomes back) Reed Doughty.

Doughty, 27, has appeared in 45 games, with 16 starts, for the Redskins since the team drafted him the sixth round (No. 173 overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft out of Northern Colorado. He has totaled 159 career tackles (113 solo), 59 special teams stops, 2.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery.

In 2009, Doughty (6-1, 205) played in 15 games, with seven starts, and recorded career highs in tackles (93), solo tackles (77), tackles for loss (4), sacks (2), interceptions (1), passes defensed (3), and fumble recoveries (1). His 93 tackles were fourth on the club, while is 21 special teams stops ranked second.