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Thread: Are the Chargers Trying to Trade for Branden Albert?

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    Trade Are the Chargers Trying to Trade for Branden Albert?

    Looks like the kitchen is heating up.

    http://www.boltsfromtheblue.com/2013...branden-albert
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    Good let them pay that over priced contract he wants.
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    Doesn't the writer call "BS" on this? (as much as I'd like this to be true above $6.5MM)

    In all likelihood, Albert's agent is once again asking for too large of a contract and has tried to drum up some non-existent competition for the Dolphins as a way to force them to agree to his terms. I'm assuming the Dolphins, the Chargers, the Chiefs and most of the NFL's fans will see right through this scheme and eventually Branden will end up settling for less-than-elite money.







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    Agreed they can have him, but I do like this quote even though it all sounds like BS

    The San Diego Chargers are willing to pay Chiefs offensive tackle $9-10 million a year if it means protecting Philip Rivers. The Miami Dolphins as of now are all but out of the race . The Chiefs are very interested in Sheldon Richardson if they get San Diego's pick.
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    Everytime I think that a player is painting himself into a corner with unreasonable contract demands.....bazinga.....they seem to find some team that is willing to pay.
    Long/Revis/Palmer etc.
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    They can have him if he wants that much money
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    Good, maybe Johnson will drop to us now.

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    Unless NFL changed divisions, AFC West is formed by Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders, Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers.

    Only a stupid guy like 2007's Randy Mueller would allow a division rival to fill a need by trading just before draft day.

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    they would be fools to trade & pay that kind of money
    In his office Friday afternoon, Philbin pointed to the practice fields outside and said: "Out there is where we're going to find out about Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore and David Garrard. I don't remember a master plan that said, 'Here's when Ryan's going to play.' If there is one, I was never told about it. We'll let them come to work, and the best man will win."'
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