It looks as if Albert Haynesworth is unhappy with the Skins switching to a 3-4 and wants out of DC. Obviously with Jim Schwartz being his former coordinator in Tennessee, it makes sense that the Lions would have some interest in Haynesworth.
Not sure if the Lions would like the $100 million dollar contract (although they have no problem giving Corey Redding $75 mil), but Haynesworth is familiar with the defensive scheme and was a monster for the Titans.
It also open up some interesting possibilities as far as the draft is concerned because, according to the report, the Lions would not have to give up the number 2 pick.
This would allow the Lions the possibility of drafting Russell Okung of Oklahoma State for the LT position, moving Backus to either the LG guard or the RT spot.
This would go a long way in solidifying the offensive line and protecting last years $70 million investment in Matthew Stafford.
Suh is an exciting prospect and Haynesworth has had attitude problems in the past. The Lions recently had the whole Shaun Rogers fiasco, so I would imagine they might be a little gun shy in trading for a DT who has been perceived as a problem in the past.
Still, an interesting possibility.