Found April 25, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: John Clayton
TEAMS: Miami Dolphins
According to ESPN’s John Clayton, the Miami Dolphins are willing to give up the 54th overall pick in this year’s draft for Brandon Albert. The Dolphins are willing to give up pick No. 54 for Albert. They can work out a long-term contract with Albert. Adds to the drama. — John Clayton (@ClaytonESPN) April 25, 2013 It seems like the hold up right now is because the Chiefs want the 42nd pick, not the 54th.   Need NFL Tickets? The post Report: Dolphins willing to give up 54th pick for Albert appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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