• Chiefs willing to trade Branden Albert for a high second-round pick

    Summary of 16 articles · Updated Apr 18, 2013
    A month ago, the word out of Kansas City was that if the Chiefs were going to trade left tackle Branden Albert, they’d want more than just a second-round draft pick. The Chiefs are reportedly willing to trade Albert for a high second-round pick. The Chiefs haven't found any takers for left tackle Branden Albert yet, but they are reportedly looking for at least a high second-round draft pick in a trade. According to ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton, the agent for Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Branden Albert was given permission to talk to the Dolphins about a potential trade. So any team that acquires Albert for a second-round pick would have to spend a lot more money on Albert than the second-round pick would cost. Participation by players is technically voluntary but everyone who's healthy and doesn't otherwise have a valid excuse should be there, with the obvious exception of disgruntled left tackle Branden Albert. Albert recently signed the contract, but has made his unhappiness with the situation public, saying he wouldn?t report to offseason workouts with the Chiefs until he gets some guarantees about his future.
    • Chiefs confirm Branden Albert’s agent may speak with Dolphins

      Branden Albert does indeed have permission to talk to the Dolphins - as long as he does his talking through his agent. An odd circumstance arose on Thursday when it was reported that the Chiefs had given the Dolphins permission to meet with Albert, the
    • Pros, cons for Branden Albert to Dolphins

      The Miami Dolphins appear one step closer to filling their vacant left tackle position. According to ESPN.com senior writer John Clayton, Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Branden Albert was given permission to visit Miami’s team facility to meet with
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Reid denies that Chiefs gave Miami permission to talk to Albert

      As the Chiefs wrapped up their minicamp today, coach Andy Reid denied an ESPN report that the Chiefs had given permission to the Miami Dolphins to speak with Branden Albert. The veteran left tackle recently signed his one-year contract worth about $9.83…
    • Chiefs move closer to dealing Albert

      The Branden Albert talks appear to be taking the next step. ESPN’s John Clayton reports the Chiefs have given Miami permission to talk to Albert, who lives in Miami. He is soon expected to take a physical. The teams have been talking for several weeks.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Dolphins move on Albert should depend on details

      Sometimes the devil is in the details and that's where the Dolphins are with Branden Albert. As multiple media sources reported Wednesday, and as I reported on this blog on March 22, the Dolphins are considering making a trade for the Kansas City Chiefs…
    • Chiefs preparing for start of minicamp

      The Chiefs on Tuesday hold their first practice under new coach Andy Reid. It's the first of three this week in Reid's first Kansas City minicamp. Participation by players is technically voluntary, but everyone who's healthy and doesn't otherwise have a…

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