Branden Albert is at the Chiefs facility and will practice Tuesday, as expected.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid expects Branden Albert to report to the team on Monday and line up at left tackle in minicamp practice.
Former Chiefs GM Scott Pioli said he tried to sign Branden Albert to a long-term deal last fall.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Chiefs LT Branden Albert "realizes" he'll be playing in Kansas City this season, and that both sides want an extension.
Coach Andy Reid said that if Branden Albert is still on the roster come Week 1, he will play left tackle and No. 1 pick Eric Fisher will play right tackle.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Branden Albert trade talks are "dead," and that the Chiefs will now focus on signing Albert long-term.
The Kansas City Star says a Branden Albert trade "is still a possibility, but from all appearances, not a good one."
Coach Andy Reid indicated the Chiefs are open to retaining in-limbo LT Branden Albert for the 2013 season.
Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland is still open to acquiring Chiefs LT Branden Albert.
Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole expects the Chiefs to end up trading Branden Albert for a second-round pick in 2014.
Sources tell ESPN the Dolphins and Chiefs are not close on a trade for LT Branden Albert.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Chiefs and Dolphins' Branden Albert trade talks have gone "cold" as the draft's second round approaches.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey said Friday he anticipates restarting Branden Albert trade talks with Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland today.
The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports it's "60-40" the Dolphins acquire Chiefs LT Branden Albert.