Curran: Albert's got a nautical bent

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Curran: Albert's got a nautical bent

By Tom E. Curran
CSNNE.com Patriots Insider Follow @tomecurran
FOXBORO - If at first Albert Haynesworth is hesitant about coming to Boston to play for the Patriots, may he'll warm up when he sees the area's many lakes and ponds. There, he'll find room to float his boat. An ostentatious, 48-foot-long catamaran that must be seen to be comprehended. Haynesworth told Back Sports Page, "When you see the pictures, it's pretty intense, it's pretty crazy. Everyone is like, 'Oh my God. That's your boat? How the hell is he going to get any crazier?' It's like you just one-upped yourself. I guess that just means I'm in a league of my own."Pretty much. He also likes Jeeps. Here's a few more pictures of Albert Haynesworth's boat. Tom E. Curran can be reached at tcurran@comcastsportsnet.com. Follow Tom on Twitter at http:twitter.comtomecurran

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