If the Kansas City Chiefs are poised to take a left tackle with the first pick in tonight's draft by selecting either Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher, they could be looking to move currently franchised left tackle Branden Albert.
The tackle-needy Miami Dolphins are one team mentioned prominently as a possible destination for Albert if the Chiefs move him off the roster rather than to the right side of their line.
However, as Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post reports, Dolphins officials may be balking at the potential asking price of a second-round pick.
If the trading starts early in the draft, then perhaps a move involving Albert will occur, and it will be interesting to see if the Dolphins or another club meets the Chiefs' supposed asking price.
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