It appears the Dolphins are going to take the top left tackle prize in free agency.
According to a report from the Miami Herald, a deal between Miami and left tackle Branden Albert is "almost" done. Of course, though the team can speak to Albert's representation, they cannot sign a deal or share numbers until free agency opens on Tuesday at 4 p.m.
Getting Albert would be the first step for Miami in rebuilding its offensive line that could lose a ton of pieces.
Due to the bullying investigation that took place during the year and into the offseason, it's guaranteed Richie Incognito isn't back with Miami and highly unlikely that Jonathan Martin returns.
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