Gurode, according to ESPN Insider information (I can't provide a link because I pay for the Insider account and it can't be linked) is going to be a highly sought after free agent this offseason. The Cowboys desire his return to the team, but he can command good money around the league because of his performance. Haynesworth, in the same Insider column, is not getting the love from the Titans due to his recent antics (stomping on Gurode's head) and his drop off in production. I read an ESPN Magazine article on Haynesworth recently, and it was one of the best articles I have read: He went to get training from a guy (a former NFL player) who taught Haynesworth how to get dirty on the field (legally) so that he could strike fear into the opposing o linemen, and therefore stop getting targeted by o linemen. It even talked about how he slugged Chester Pitts in the Titans-Texans game using the new tactics...the result was that he helped to blow up the running play. Apparently Haynesworth has aplogized to Gurode. He felt awful about what he did. He felt he was getting cut blocked by Gurode, and so he retaliated with the foot stomp later in the game. During his suspension, he went for counseling and then went to get "special tactics" training that has enabled him to stay ahead of what the o linemen are trying to do to him. Wouldn't it be something if we stole Gurode and solidified the center position with a proven commodity? And then what if we dumped a dead weight d lineman and added Haynesworth?