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Zach Thomas: I played against New England twice a year every year my whole career. I learned to not like that team. I wasn't going to join them.
hopefully albert's contract price will fall by then
hope it's for a 3rd i doubt it though
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."'
It wouldn't surprise me if the big 3 are gone by KC7, and KC suddenly decides they love the guy.
This is beyond dumb by KC if for some reason one of the LT's falls to 12 chiefs lose all leverage. In addition, if say Kyle Long is available in the second then again KC loses out. I feel KC is all in on this game of chicken not realizing the Dolphins hold all the chips.
"What you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
Mortensen seems to think different....
conflicting stories going on.
There are no conflicting stories here, Mort report is a day old even though he tweeted minutes ago. Ian Rapoport was very clear on what he reported and said that contrary to popular belief the Dolphins were willing to pay Albert. Clayton basically told KC radio its a done deal.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Dolphins have had "little or no communication" with the Chiefs regarding Branden Albert for "almost two weeks."
The report seems to run a bit contradictory to NFL Network's Monday evening story that claimed Miami is willing to meet Albert's asking price. Money no longer seems to be a sticking point as the Chiefs wait out the Dolphins' trade-compensation offer. It's believed the Fins are trying to get Albert for the 54th pick. Kansas City wants Miami's earlier second-rounder at No. 42 overall.