Albert Haynesworth

22 Jul 19
ALL THINGS 18

Mean Ass Monday:  Albert Haynesworth, Tennessee Titans with a cameo by Jeff Fisher’s mullet. Two For Tuesday: Manny Ramirez, #66 Denver Broncos Colorful World of Football Wednesday: Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs Throwback Thursday, The College Years: Brandon McManus, Temple Owls My All Time Team Friday: John Elway, QB Denver Broncos Saturday Night at the […]

21 Jul 19
Dandelion Chandelier

This Week in Sports Talk (TWIST) is our weekly roundup of the big events and what’s up next in the world of sports. Heading into the week of July 21, 2019, straight from the Dandelion Chandelier Sports Desk, here are the top headlines and a preview of the week to come.

19 Jul 19
New York City Ticketron

More than 1,000 offers came in for potential kidney donationsMore than 1,000 offers came in for potential kidney donations […]

19 Jul 19
Vols Wire

Albert Haynesworth released from hospital.

19 Jul 19
NFL Football news24

More than 1,000 offers came in for potential kidney donations Here

19 Jul 19
Titans Wire

This month, former Tennessee Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth announced his kidney had failed him and that he was in need of a transplant.

18 Jul 19
Sports Daily Tips

5:59 PM ET Associated Press NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Former Tennessee Titans All-Pro defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has recovered enough to receive treatment outside a hospital as his search for a new kidney continues. The 38-year-old Haynesworth posted an update Thursday on Instagram of his first dialysis treatment outside the hospital, thanking staff at Williamson Medical […]

18 Jul 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Former Tennessee Titans All-Pro defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has recovered enough to receive treatment outside a hospital as his search for a new kidney continues. The 38-year-old Haynesworth posted an update Thursday on Instagram of his first dialysis treatment outside the hospital, thanking staff at Williamson Medical Center for draining more […]

18 Jul 19
WKRN
The news surrounding the failing health of former Titan Albert Haynesworth is improving. The former University of Tennessee star is out of the hospital after having more than 12 pounds of fluid removed from around and in his lungs at Williamson Medical Center. Now Haynesworth is able to continue his treatment at home while he awaits a matching kidney donor. “I want to also say I love you guys that are willing to give a kidney there are no words that can describe my feelings for this blessing” Haynesworth wrote. More than 1,000 calls came in to Vanderbilt Medical center with people offering to donate a kidney for Haynesworth after he announced he needed one July 10th. Today in a facebook post Haynesworth called all of those people his new “family” and said his insurance would cover the cost of the procedure for the donor along with covering some other expenses. He said Vanderbilt will send them blood tests that they can take to a lab and then send back Vanderbilt to see if they are a match. Haynesworth played 10 seasons, the first seven with the Tennesee Titans.
18 Jul 19
WATE
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Former Vol great and NFL star Albert Haynesworth said he has started dialysis treatment outside of the hospital. “I want to also say I love you guys that are willing to give me a kidney their are no words that can describe my feelings for this blessing,” Haynesworth wrote in an Instagram post on Thursday. ” Now for my new family (donors) Vanderbilt will be sending you blood test that you take to a lab then send it back to Vanderbilt. After that they will give you further instructions,” he said. View this post on Instagram First and foremost I want to thank each and everyone that prayed and supported me during this new ordeal, you guys are amazing. I want to also say I love you guys that are willing to give me a kidney their are no words that can describe my feelings for this blessing. Now for the update today I started my first dialysis treatments outside the hospital. I’m feeling better than the previous post since the great hospital staff of Williamson Medical pulled more than 12lbs of fluid from in and around my lungs. Now for my new family (donors) Vanderbilt will be sending you blood test that you take to a lab then send it back to Vanderbilt. After that they will give you further instructions. Oh yes for my new family member (donor) that is picked your medical expenses will be covered under my insurance and for time missed for work their are grants that Vandy will direct you to so you can get a compensation for giving this precious gift to me. I don’t know the amount but I seriously doubt it will make you rich FYI. A post shared by Albert Haynesworth (@haynesworthiii) on Jul 18, 2019 at 11:11am PDT A week ago Haynesworth said he was in the hospital and needed kidney transport, prompting an outpouring of social media well-wishes. The two-time Pro Bowler spent 11 years in the NFL, playing for the Tennessee Titans from 2002-2008. He starred as a Tennessee Vols for three seasons before being drafted in the first round of the 2002 NFL Draft.
18 Jul 19
ProFootballTalk

Former NFL defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth is moving closer to getting the kidney he needs. Via Jim Wyatt of the Titans’ official website, Haynesworth has provided an update regarding his health situation on Facebook. “First and foremost I want to thank each and everyone that prayed and supported me during this new ordeal, you guys […]

16 Jul 19
News Directory

One of the strongest weapons in the NFL is the Chiefs of Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and from observing a practice session on Friday it is not seen to be recreating at all during the season. KSHB-Mahomes cameras have thrown the football out of Arrowhead Stadium. NFL NATIONAL DEFENSIVE ANNOUNCES ALBERT HAYNESWORTH FOR MAJOR […]

14 Jul 19
Cards Wire

Catch up with what has been going on around the league.

14 Jul 19
Vols Wire

Albert Haynesworth in need of kidney transplant.

13 Jul 19
NYDaily.news

Former NFL and Tennessee Volunteers star Albert Haynesworth is experiencing kidney failure and is seeking a transplant. The longtime NFL defensive lineman posted the news on his Instagram on Wednesday night, explaining the situation and sharing a phone numbe…