The five things you need to know about the NFL right now:
1. Redskins controversial defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, who might not be with the team this season after signing a $100 million free agent deal in 2009, has been accused of sexual assault, according to an NBC-TV affiliate in Washington.
2. The NFL has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board, accusing the NFL Players Association of failing to bargain in good faith.
3. Hall of Fame defensive back Rod Woodson will now try his hand at coaching. Woodson has been hired to coach the Raiders' defensive backs.
4. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has been signed to a three-year contract extension worth roughly $12 million, per the National Football Post.
5. The Patriots have placed the franchise tag on guard Logan Mankins, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Mankins, who staged a contract holdout in 2010, is guaranteed to be with the team for at least the 2011 season at a cost of $10.1 million.