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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...
Via isportsweb.com
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins Training Camp News and Notes

You would have thought all the time, effort and money the Miami Dolphins brass put into solidifying its offensive line in the offseason would have paid off with improvement in training camp.But truth be told, if the team’s own defense can rip through the front five and riddle them, what does that say for three key free agent signings and their first pick in the 2014 NFL Draft?...
Via Football Nation
1 day ago  |  Discuss

What will the Dolphins week one starting O line look like ?

The Dolphins are on pace to have five new starters on the offensive line, especially with Mike Pouncey missing the first eight weeks of the season or so recovering from surgery. Last year the Dolphins line was historically bad, 59 sacks was the 10th most of all time. Even with five new starters, the new line should easily be able to be at least a mediocre line. With Joe Philbin finally...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
4 days ago  |  Discuss

The new Dolphins offensive line will take time to gel

With the offensive line easily being the weakest link on the team last year, General Manager Dennis Hickey and the Miami Dolphins’ front office had to completely rebuild the offensive line this off-season. They did that by signing left tackle Branden Albert, guard Shelley Smith, tackle Jason Fox, and guard Daryn Colledge, and drafting right tackle Ja’Wuan James and guard Billy...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Dolphins reportedly close to signing OT Branden Albert

The Miami Dolphins are reportedly closing in on free-agent offensive tackle Branden Albert, who could sign as early as Tuesday. Pro Football Talk reported Sunday "all signs currently point to Albert signing with the Dolphins not long after the market officially opens on Tuesday." Miami heads into free agency with only one offensive line starter -- center Mike Pouncey -...
Via Fox Sports Florida
March 10, 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...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
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...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
February 25, 2014  |  1 Comment

Chiefs, Dolphins will reportedly resume trade talks

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...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs to trade Brandon Albert?

According to ProFootballtalk.com, Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star believes the Chiefs may end up trading offensive tackle Brandon Albert after placing the franchise tag on him yesterday.         This would make a lot of sense.  The Chiefs don’t want Albert to play left tackle any longer and we know he’s not interested in switching to guard.  Kansas City would be...
Via Pro Football Zone
March 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs reportedly remain interested in re-signing Brandon Albert

According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the Kansas City Chiefs remain interested in re-signing Brandon Albert this offseason. We hear the Chiefs remain interested in re-signing free agent Branden Albertbut that they at least have kicked around the idea of making him a guard. Albert has made it clear he believes himself to be a left tackle, period. Although internal discussions are...
Via Pro Football Zone
January 26, 2013  |  2 Comments
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