The Kansas City Chiefs have given the Miami Dolphins permission to talk to left tackle Branden Albert to help facilitate a trade for a second-round draft choice, a source said. Albert, who lives in Miami, is expected to visit the Dolphins' facility in the next couple of days for a physical. Albert has permission by the Chiefs to talk contract with the Dolphins, but no other team. Even though he signed his franchise tender, worth $9.82 million for 2013, Albert has skipped the Chiefs' voluntary offseason program. Albert has said he wants a long-term deal, then took to Twitter to express his disapproval with the notion he might move to the right side.
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