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.
Chiefs GM John Dorsey insists the team has yet to make a decision about free agent LT Branden Albert, and that the sides remain in talks.
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.
The Palm Beach Post says not to be surprised if the Dolphins "go hard" after free agent LT Branden Albert.
FOX Sports 910 Phoenix hints LT Branden Albert will be the Cardinals' top target in free agency.
The Cardinals' website suggests the team could make a run at free agent LT Branden Albert.
ESPN does not expect the Chiefs to re-sign unrestricted free agent LT Branden Albert.
Chiefs LT Branden Albert (knee) has been practicing in full for the past two weeks.
Chiefs LT Branden Albert (knee) is not expected to play Sunday against the Colts.