Redskins' Haynesworth again doesn't take conditioning test, still not allowed to practice

The Albert Haynesworth saga has now reached its sixth day.

The two-time All-Pro defensive tackle did not attempt the Washington Redskins conditioning test Tuesday. He won't be allowed to practice until he passes it.

Haynesworth tried to take the test Monday morning, but he pulled up after three back-and-forth sprints because he felt some irritation in his left knee.

Haynesworth failed the test on the first day of training camp Thursday after taking an extended bathroom break in the middle of it. He failed again Friday when he didn't post a sufficient time, then didn't take it Saturday or Sunday because of soreness in his left knee.

After Monday's practice, he stayed for what has become a daily ritual — a solo session with defensive coaches to walk through some of the plays.