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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 picks for Albert on Friday, but there’s a small chance that the two sides could revisit trade talks at some point.
The Dolphins did take Dallas Thomas out of Tennessee, but there’s at least some question as to whether or not he can play tackle at the next level.
Winston represents one of the best available players in the free agent market, along with Tyson Clabo. Winston mentioned that he would like to make $3-4 million annually in his next contract, which is actually pretty reasonable.
Beasley adds that there should be news regarding Winston and the Dolphins at some point in the “near future.”
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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...
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According to Adam Beasley, the Miami Dolphins are still talking with free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston.
Source: Dolphins have maintained a steady dialogue with Eric Winston, and we should know in the near future if a deal is a real possibility.
— Adam Beasley (@AdamHBeasley) April 28, 2013
The Dolphins need a left tackle after failing to Brandon Albert from the Chiefs....
The Kansas City Chiefs used the first pick in the seventh round on Mike Catapano, a defensive end out of Princeton and the third Ivy League player selected.
Cornell offensive tackle J.C. Trett went in the fourth round to the Packers, eight spots ahead of Harvard fullback Kyle Juszczyk, who was drafted by the Ravens.
Catapano was not invited to the annual scouting combine, but participated...
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...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. You wanted Matt Barkley. We get that.
We get that youd have been happy with Ryan Nassib, because he was universally touted as being a first-round talent that is, right up until the part where the first round actually happened. And, heck, wasnt Tyler Wilson supposed to fit, hand-in-glove, with a West Coast Offense?
But get this, kids: Between 1991-2011, a healthy...
When the NFL Draft came to an end Saturday night the Kansas City Chiefs set their sights on the undrafted free agent market. And atop their wish list, was a young quarterback they considered drafting earlier in the day.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer The Kansas City Chiefs weren't exactly in shambles when John Dorsey and Andy Reid first walked through the door. After all, the team did have six Pro Bowl players on the roster.
That doesn't mean the Chiefs weren't in need of an extreme makeover.
over the past couple months, that'...
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...
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...
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
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...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, free agent offensive tackle Eric Winston visited with the Tennessee Titans.
Former Chiefs and Texans OT Eric Winston also visited the Titans today.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 29, 2013
Teams have shown plenty of interest in Winston this offseason after being released by the Chiefs, but he’s clearly taking his time in signing with...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs added depth to their offensive line Saturday by picking Eric Kush in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
Kush played center for California University, a Division II school in Pennsylvania.
The Chiefs lost center Rodney Hudson to a season-ending broken bone in his left leg three games into last season. Ryan Lilja slid over from guard to...
With the first two rounds in the books, NFL GM’s continue to try and make their money with another pivotal round. Again lets take a look at just how well teams did with their third round selections. 63. Kansas City Chiefs – TE from Cincinnati – Travis Kelce – Very good vertical threat here but more »