The Dolphins expect LT Branden Albert (ACL, MCL) to be ready for Week 1.
The Miami Herald reports Dolphins LT Branden Albert (ACL, MCL) is "progressing well."
Dolphins LT Branden Albert (ACL/MCL surgery) said Friday he's uncertain whether he'll be ready for Week 1.
The Dolphins and doctors are reportedly "pleasantly surprised" by how quickly LT Branden Albert has progressed from ACL surgery.
Dolphins placed LT Branden Albert (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Dolphins LT Branden Albert told teammates his knee injury will require surgery and he's done for the season.
Dolphins LT Branden Albert was carted off with a right knee injury in Miami's Week 10 game against the Lions.
Dolphins LT Branden Albert suffered an elbow injury in Week 6 and is unsure if he'll be able to play Sunday against the Bears.
Dolphins signed LT Branden Albert, formerly of the Chiefs, to a five-year, $46 million contract.
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero is hearing free agent LT Branden Albert's deal with the Dolphins is "almost done."
The Miami Herald seconds a Profootballtalk report that free agent LT Branden Albert is expected to become a Dolphin on Tuesday.
Profootballtalk.com reports "all signs" are pointing toward free agent LT Branden Albert signing with the Dolphins when the market opens Tuesday.
The Miami Herald reports the Bucs, along with the Dolphins and Cardinals, are believed to have interest in free agent LT Branden Albert.
TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline reports the Cardinals will make a "big run" at free agent LT Branden Albert.