It might be too early to think about the start of the 2015 season, but Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert might not be ready for the first week.
Two of the best offensive linemen in today's Dolphins vs. Lions game have been carted off the field in Larry Warford and left tackle Brandon Albert.
What should pretty much be your go-to for anything football-related, Pro Football Focus recently provided an insightful breakdown of the Miami Dolphins’ current depth chart. Of the 57 players listed, over 35 percent are considered “good starters” by PFF’s
Branden Albert and Justin Houston both missed today's practice for the Chiefs.
It has been on and off, but the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs have once again resumed trade talks that could send offensive tackle Branden Albert to Miami for a draft choice, according to an ESPN report by
The Kansas City Chiefs have granted the Miami Dolphins permission to talk with left tackle Branden Albert in order to help facilitate a trade that could send the 6-foot-5, 316 pound tackle to Miami for a second-round choice, according
The Kansas City Chiefs franchised tackle Branden Albert, who just signed the one-year tender, but that does not mean the team is definitely going to keep him. Peter King of SI.com reports that the Kansas City Chiefs will listen