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Branden Albert could start bidding war between Miami and Arizona

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One of the biggest names on the offensive line set to hit free agency this NFL off-season is Brandon Albert who is drawing a lot of interest.

The Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals and Albert's former team Kansas City Chiefs have expressed their intentions to look at the Offensive Tackle.

Arizona may not be looking for a Quarterback this off-season but will surely be looking for a way to protect Carson Palmer a bit better and Albert could certainly do that.

Miami are currently trying to rebuild their Offensive Line around Center Mike Pouncey and could view Albert as a good investment where he to chose them in a possible bidding war. 

The Chiefs, who took Eric Fisher as the number one overall draft pick last year to serve as Albert's replacement haven't ruled out an attempt at re-signing him but if they let him go to free agency they risk losing him to another NFL side.

Albert is one of three high profile Tackles heading for free agency but Eugene Monroe and Jared Veldheer don't look likely to hit the open market.

Albert could very easily become the source of a bidding war between Miami and Arizona should he hit the open market and it is anyone's guess where he will end up.

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