Source: No Haynesworth trade in works

Despite multiple reports that the Washington Redskins are determined to trade defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, a high-ranking Redskins source insisted the team is not.

The source said Haynesworth is, and will continue to be, the Redskins' starting nose tackle.

Haynesworth's name has not come up in any trade discussions since March 31, when Washington and Philadelphia discussed a potential deal for quarterback Donovan McNabb, according to the source.

Sources told ESPN on Monday that the Redskins offered Haynesworth in one of their first attempts to land McNabb, but the Eagles were not interested. The two teams completed the trade Sunday that sent McNabb to Washington for the Eagles' second-round pick in this month's draft, plus either a third- or fourth-round pick in 2011.

As the most highly sought free agent of 2009, Haynesworth signed a $100 million contract with the Redskins, including $41 million in guaranteed money. Haynesworth will earn a guaranteed $3.6 million in 2010 and $5.4 million in 2011.

Adam Schefter is an ESPN NFL Insider.