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Branden Albert avoids PUP, says knee is fine

Looks like Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert's recovery from a ruptured ACL and MCL last November has healed just fine, via the Palm Beach Post. "It's been a long road," Albert said after the team's walkthrough on Thursday. "I'm just happy I'm not on that PUP list and I can be involved with the team. I'm not off on the side no more like a stepchild," “I’ve told...
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Dolphins' Albert: "I didn't think I was going to play football again."

Miami Dolphins starting left tackle Branden Albert has made an incredible comeback from tearing two ligaments in his knee. Just eight months into his rehab, Albert joined his teammates for the start of training camp today in Davie. "The beginning was the most challenging, learning how to walk, learning how to do the simple things I've been doing all my life. All the little things...
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Dolphins' Branden Albert didn't think he'd play again after knee injury

Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert is just eight months removed from tearing both his ACL and MCL, but he's on track to be healthy for the regular season opener in September. He isn't fully healthy just yet, but starting training camp with his name left off of the physically unable to perform list is a good start. As for the rehab process over the past eight months, it was...
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Dolphins' DeVante Parker, not Branden Albert, could start camp on PUP list

The Miami Dolphins are just one day away from their first practice, as training camp opens on Thursday. Prior to opening camp, however, the Dolphins have to sort out which players will be placed on injury lists -- particularly the physically unable to perform list.According to the Sun Sentinel, DeVante Parker could be a candidate to start training camp on the PUP list, while offensive...
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Dolphins OT Branden Albert will not start camp on PUP list

It's Christmas in July everyone. Perhaps the most important player in the Dolphins offense besides the quarterback Ryan Tannehill himself is the team's star left tackle Branden Albert, and per a report by the Miami Herald's Adam Beasley, the offensive lineman will not be starting training camp on the physically unable to perform list.Albert, who will turn 31 in November, suffered...
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Should Dolphins fans keep the faith?

As we approach the eve of Training Camp, the Miami Dolphins head into this week with renewed optimism that will lead to a playoff berth.  Yesterday head coach Joe Philbin used the word “fun” to describe what the fans will experience throughout the course of the season. Ask Dolphins Twitter that question come November, check.  He also reminded fans to “keep the faith” as...
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Miami Dolphins: Early impressions of camp

Do you smell that? That stench that is filling up your nostrils? Well stop smelling yourself because it is not you, it’s the smell of training camp, which means football season is officially underway! Saturday morning, when I got up to get ready to attend practice, I felt nerves, excitement, anticipation and relief that the Miami Dolphins were finally getting the season underway...
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: With Branden Albert exit looming, Kansas City Chiefs drop

Moves are starting to be made. With free agency just a week away, NFL teams are deciding which players on their current roster are worth keeping, and which ones can test the waters of the open market. As a result, some teams have already strengthened themselves, while others have taken a step backwards before the offseason has hardly started. The first dominoes have fallen, setting...
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March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Is Branden Albert as good as gone from the Kansas City Chiefs?

Branden Albert of the Kansas City Chiefs checked in at No. 1 on cover32′s list of the 10 best free agent offensive lineman this offseason, so needless to say one would assume he’s the team’s top priority. Not so fast. Don't be surprised if AZ and MIA have at least some level of interest in Chiefs OT Branden Albert, who's not expected to return to KC. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter...
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February 25, 2014  |  1 Comment

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