Found April 28, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, the Kansas City Chiefs are still expected trade offensive tackle Branden Albert at some point. The long-discussed trade of Albert from Kansas City to Miami never materialized, even though the Dolphins were willing to meet Albert’s contract demands. Miami general manager Jeff Ireland indicated that everything was pretty much dead on the deal on Friday, but that doesn’t mean the teams won’t somehow revisit the idea later. The Dolphins have tried to leverage the fact that Kansas City doesn’t need both Albert and draft pick Eric Fisher. The Chiefs are figuring that they eventually will get some interest from teams that didn’t fill their left tackle needs in the draft (Detroit, San Diego and Arizona are still in that mix). Look for Albert to eventually move for a second-round pick in 2014. Albert has already made it clear he doesn’t want to play right tackle and I can’t imagine the Chiefs having him play on the left side after taking Eric Fisher with the first overall pick.   Need NFL Tickets?

Kansas City Chiefs: 2013 NFL Draft Review

For those who didn’t read my work last year or the year before, I’ll explain that I do not give out a letter grade a day or two after the NFL Draft ends. I think that’s like grading students before they’ve even took the test. What I do, is review if the teams met their draft needs and if not, why. I’ll be taking a look at every pick for every team, excluding undrafted...

Chiefs rumors: Branden Albert to Dolphins could still happen

The NFL Draft came and went and Branden Albert is still a member of the Kansas City Chiefs. While a trade didn't take place, Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland told Armando Salguero of The Miami Herald that there's a chance the deal could still happen. The Dolphins still haven't filled the void left by offensive lineman Jake Long, who signed a free agent contract...

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Brandon Albert likely staying in Kansas City for now

According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald,  Dolphins general manage Jeff Ireland doesn’t seem optimistic that they’ll be able to get a trade completed to acquire offensive tackle Brandon Albert from the Chiefs. Jeff Ireland says Brandon Albert trade “Is not going to really amount to much, my personal opinion.” But adds, “never say never.” — Armando Salguero...

QB Tyler Bray Leads Chiefs UFA List

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Eric Winston Still An Option For The Dolphins

Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins have “maintained a steady dialogue” with free agent RT Eric Winston. Miami could really use some help at offensive tackle and there has been rumors circulating for months now that they could sign a free agent, draft someone or trade for Chiefs LT Branden Albert. Miami chose to not deal one of their two-second round...

Chiefs finishing off overhaul of moribund team

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Jeff Ireland wont rule out trading for Branden Albert

We reported yesterday that the Kansas City Chiefs  still expect to trade trade Branden Albert at some point in the future. Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland told the Miami Herald that  they could still end up trading for Chiefs tackle Branden Albert even though a deal didn’t get done during the draft. It looks like both sides might be able to work something out...

Grade the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 NFL Draft

(1st overall) Eric Fisher (Draft Profile) (63rd overall) Travis Kelce (Draft Profile (96th overall) Knile Davis (Draft Profile) (99th overall) Nico Johnson (Draft Profile) (134th overall) Sanders Commings (Draft Profile) (170th overall) Eric Kush (Draft Profile) (204th overall) Braden Wilson (Draft Profile) (207th overall) Mike Catapano (Draft Profile) Take Our Poll This...

California University of Pennsylvania

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Dolphins rumors: Miami targeting Eric Winston

The Miami Dolphins had their sights set on Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Branden Albert earlier this offseason. While those talks appear to have stalled, the Dolphins have reportedly turned their attention to another former Chiefs player. Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins have “maintained steady dialogue” with free agent offensive lineman Eric...

2013 NFL Draft First Round Analysis

1) Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Fisher, T, Central Michigan – After Luke Joeckel was seemingly the sure-fire top pick, word started to spread a few days before the draft that the Chiefs switched to Fisher. The Chippewa may not have had as much initial exposure as his Aggie counterpart, but the Chiefs liked what they saw. Fisher’s physical traits are more appealing than Joeckel...
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