NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport noted Monday that the Miami Dolphins were planning to make Branden Albert a "high priority" in free agency. According to one report, Albert isn't the only offensive tackle on the radar in South Beach.
The 'Fins will have competition for both players.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome told reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine that Baltimore already is talking with Monroe about a new deal. Rapoport noted last week that Monroe will be a priority for the Ravens, but the tackle won't come cheap after promising "no discounts" to Baltimore's front office.
Big spenders in free agency one offseason ago, the Dolphins need to dig into their pockets again. Looking to replace four of five starters from last season's offensive line, Miami is a prime candidate to overspend on a position in need.