• Branden Albert trade talks ongoing

    Summary of 35 articles · Updated Apr 27, 2013
    • Sources: Chiefs, Dolphins not close on Albert

      The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs are not close on a trade for franchise left tackle Branden Albert, sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter on Friday.
    • Chiefs draft TE Kelce, RB Davis in NFL Draft's third round

      The Chiefs opened the second day of the NFL Draft by selecting Cincinnati tight end Travis Kelce (pictured) with the 63rd overall pick Friday, the first choice of the third round. The Chiefs took Arkansas running back Knile Davis with their other third-…
    • Dolphins may have other veteran LT options

      Branden Albert might not be the only left tackle available in a trade. Because left tackles went at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 4 in the first round of the NFL Draft Thursday, one assumes that the left tackles already on Kansas City, Jacksonville and Philadelp…
    • Miami Dolphins Draft: Day 2 Preview

      Jamar Taylor could be an option at CB As the dust settles from the bold play by Jeff Ireland to trade up for Dion Jordan in last night’s first round — potentially the biggest steal of the draft — realization sets in that there is still unfinished bu
    • Will Dolphins draft or trade for a left tackle?

      The Miami Dolphins passed on a left tackle after trading up Thursday night to the No. 3 overall pick. Instead of taking former Oklahoma tackle Lane Johnson, Miami selected former Oregon defensive end Dion Jordan. Miami filled a need by finding their pas…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Albert might be had for 54th overall selection

      The old adage is you don't find starting left tackles in the second or third round of the NFL draft. The Dolphins might be able to do exactly that -- sort of -- today. General manager Jeff Ireland of Miami and general manager John Dorsey of Kansas City …
    • Chiefs know who's No. 1, if they keep pick

      The decision on which player the Chiefs will pick at No. 1 has been made, with general manager John Dorsey telling ESPN that he and coach Andy Reid are in 100 percent agreement.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Report: Dolphins don’t think Albert’s worth a second-rounder

      Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey said Wednesday that compensation coming back from the Dolphins is the sticking point in the Branden Albert trade talks and a report from Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post may explain the hangup. Volin heard from a sourc…
    • Dorsey says Chiefs, Dolphins have yet to agree on compensation for Albert trade

      The Chiefs and Dolphins have yet to complete the trade that would send left tackle Branden Albert to Miami, but the teams talked on Wednesday about a possible deal for the first time in several days.
    • Holdup in Albert trade: Miami's deal with KC

      The Dolphins have the parameters of a contract ready and practically agreed with left tackle Branden Albert. The sides -- the player and the Dolphins -- have an understanding of what it will cost in money compensation to get a contract done. That's appa…
    • Report: 'Fins willing to give into Albert's demands

      Report: 'Fins willing to give into Albert's demands
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Run on tackles could cause Cardinals to consider Branden Albert

      The Arizona Cardinals could use a left tackle, and they have the No. 7 overall pick in a strong draft for left tackles. But with talk increasing that all three of the top tackle prospects will be gone within the first six picks, the Cardinals may need t…
    • Draft week: Will Ireland panic on Branden Albert?

      Jeff Ireland has generally not been one to panic throughout his tenure as the Dolphins general manager. Once he realized that Chad Henne was not the answer as Miami's franchise quarterback, he didn't panic and pick Ryan Mallett in the 2011 draft. He did…
    • Dusty Saunders: Announcer Marv Albert shows no signs of slowing down

      Marv Albert doesn't have to be coached when talking about the Nuggets.TNT's main play-by-play broadcaster has covered numerous Nuggets games throughout his career.
    • Branden Albert trade won’t happen unless he lowers his price

      The much-discussed potential trade of Branden Albert from the Chiefs to the Dolphins doesn’t appear likely at the price Albert is currently seeking. Although the Chiefs and Dolphins can probably agree on compensation - the Dolphins sending a second-ro
  • Contradictory reports on Albert, Dolphins contract

    I do not understand the media. And I'm in the media. Last week's heinous and cowardly terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon showed that the media can often go after the same story and come away with contradictory facts. Remember the New York Post repo…

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