Found July 18, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
The deadline for all franchise tendered players to reach a long-term agreement with their respective teams was this past Monday afternoon. Only one player was able to reach a deal with their team and that was OT Ryan Clady of the Denver Broncos. On the list of players who were unable to come to terms on a multi-year contract was Chiefs LT Branden Albert. And with their inability to come to an agreement, this could mean a number of things for the Chiefs. First and foremost, it no doubt means that Albert will play under the franchise tag in 2013 as the team’s left tackle. But what this can ultimately lead to are questions that will have to be left unanswered for now. What the one-year tender does for the Chiefs on an immediate basis is it allows the new regime to evaluate Albert after a full season and determine if they want to give him the money he is seeking. Branden has had a history of back problems that caused him to miss some games in the past. There is no doubt he is a key comp...
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