• Chiefs' Albert signs his one-year contract

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated Mar 22, 2013
    • Albert's price too high for Dolphins?

      As the Miami Dolphins continue their search for a starting offensive tackle, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports a new development out of Kansas City. The Kansas City Chiefs are reportedly seeking a second-round pick in this year’s draft and an additional pi
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Branden Albert available as a LT option

      During the NFL annual meeting, Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland talked about how everything is on the table as far as making the team better. He mentioned free agency in all its forms, from street free agents to top-end free agents to lower-rung fr…
    • Could San Diego trade for Albert happen?

      It is clear that the Kansas City Chiefs are open to trading left tackle Branden Albert. And it is obvious the greatest need of the San Diego Chargers is at left tackle. Could the teams come together on a deal that would benefit both? I have my doubts. T…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Branden Albert: I’m not disgruntled

      Tackle Branden Albert has signed his franchise tender with the Chiefs, which means that he’ll make $9.828 million in the 2013 season if he doesn’t sign a long-term deal to stay in Kansas City or get traded to another club. Albert’s initial reaction
    • Reid says Albert is a proven left tackle

      With 19 interviews from the past three days, it’s hard to keep all of the information straight. At times, the overload makes it hard to remember left from right. The Chiefs won’t have that problem with left tackle Branden Albert. Because he won’t be
  • Chiefs get close look at Luke Joeckel

    The Kansas City Chiefs' interest in Texas A&M tackle Luke Joeckel is taking the next step. As planned, the team’s brass and offensive line coaches are holding private workout with Joeckel on Friday. He is considered the favorite to be the No. 1 pick if
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs hit the road to work out tackles

      The Chiefs have started making trips to various college towns in recent days to check out some of the top prospects for next month’s draft and they’ll be looking at a pair of tackles during their next set of visits. Adam Caplan of TheSidelineView.com
    • AFC West mock draft: Take IV

      With the first phase of free agency over, here is my fourth mock draft for AFC West teams' first-round picks. We will periodically update as we move closer to the April draft. 1. Kansas City Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M. It still looks like Jo…
      Source: ESPN.com

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