ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Friday that Albert is, indeed, on the trading block, with the Chiefs seeking a 2013 second-round pick and an additional pick in next year's draft in exchange for the veteran left tackle.
Albert inked his one-year, $9.8 million franchise tender on Thursday, but that figure likely won't slow down teams looking for immediate help up front.
One logical target is the Miami Dolphins, who lost free-agent Jake Long to the St. Louis Rams and still have roughly $15 million in salary-cap space. The Dolphins currently hold a pair of second-round picks, but lack a premier blocker to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
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