Any question about whether Branden Albert would fit right back in with the Kansas City Chiefs was put to rest when new quarterback Alex Smith greeted his left tackle with a smile.
Albert rejoined the Chiefs on Tuesday after missing several weeks of voluntary workouts and meetings for the start of organized team activities, which run for the next three weeks.
Albert has been seeking...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. The first thing Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith did when he saw left tackle Branden Albert arrive at the team's training facility?
Smith rushed over to greet and welcome him.
"You bet I did," Smith said with a huge smile. "Your left tackle is your best friend. You bet I welcomed him. It's great to have him here."
That Albert arrived...
Now that the Kansas City Chiefs are no longer looking to trade offensive lineman Branden Albert and are now trying to sign him to a multi-year extension, he decided to show up for today’s organized team activities.
Not news but just confirming what we know: Branden Albert is at #Chiefs facility and will be at practice today
— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) May 14, 2013
After numerous speculation this offseason regarding Chiefs LT Branden Albert, it looks like there will finally be an end to this saga. Albert was slapped with the franchise tag right before the start of free agency and did not shy away from showing his frustration by not landing a long-term deal. He was absent from voluntary workouts and said he would stay away until his future had...
Even though the Kansas City Chiefs were unable to trade offensive lineman Branden Albert, both sides would like to get a long-term extension done, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
My understanding: With Clabo-to-MIA deal, he realizes what became clear last week: He’s playing for #Chiefs in 13. Both sides want extension
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 6, 2013
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted Monday that it’s his understanding Branden Albert, who has been involved in trade talks with the Miami Dolphins as of late, has “accepted” he’ll remain with the Kansas City Chiefs this next season.
The Dolphins signed former Falcons offensive tackle Tyson Clabo over the weekend, perhaps indicating the team had to look else where to fill...
According to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network, the Chiefs and Dolphins will continue to work on a trade that will send offensive tackle Brandon Albert to Miami. Source: Chiefs and Dolphins will resume trade talks regarding OT Branden Albert later this morning. — Steve Wyche (@wyche89) April 25, 2013 I believe Albert will end up being traded. I think both sides need this deal to...
The Chiefs are fielding offers for left tackle, Branden Albert
Most franchises would deem a stud left tackle nearly untradable in today’s NFL game. Not the Kansas City Chiefs however, as they are listening to offers that would potentially send franchise left tackle, Branden Albert to the Miami Dolphins for their first round draft pick.
Via USA Today:
On the eve of the NFL draft...
The Arizona Cardinals are in the market for a left tackle,
and they hold the No. 7 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. There are three
big-name tackles available, but there’s also a chance that the trio could be
off the board by the time the Cardinals are up. For this reason, Arizona has
discussed Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Branden Albert, according to
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It appears that the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs
could be mulling a trade that would send offensive lineman Branden Albert to
KC, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
The Dolphins are interested in Albert, and NFL.com notes
that a potential deal “makes too much sense.”
Miami is in need of a left tackle after losing Jake Long to
free agency. The Chiefs have Albert...