I think the Dolphins need to overpay in free agency for him, unless they are going to address the LT position in the draft. I do not believe Brandon Albert wants to move to RT. I'm not sure if I would want a college player that played LT his entire college career to be drafted and then moved to RT. It is a big move to go from the left side to the right side.
Report: Chiefs won't re-sign Branden Alberthttp://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/4805/branden-albert
610 Sports Radio in Kansas City reports the Chiefs plan to let LT Branden Albert walk in free agency and have no intentions of re-signing him.
Signs have pointed to this for a while. The Chiefs took Eric Fisher with the No. 1 pick last April and had designs of trading Albert, only for a deal to never come to fruition. Fisher should slide over to left tackle in 2014. Donald Stephenson, who started eight games in 2013, will get the first crack at the right tackle job. Albert is our No. 3 free-agent tackle. Per 610 Kansas City's Danny Parkins, Albert is expected to draw interest from the Cardinals and Dolphins once he hits the market on March 13. Arizona's interest is one of free agency's worst-kept secrets, while Miami tried trading for Albert last spring.