Branden Albert, Chiefs Do Not Agree To Long-Term Contract Before Deadline

Discussion in 'Kansas City Chiefs' started by SRW, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. SRW

    SRW Ex-World's Worst Site Admin GIF OG

    The deadline has come and gone and the Kansas City Chiefs and LT Branden Albert have failed to come to an agreement on a long-term contract extension.

    As such, Albert will play the 2013 season under the franchise tag, which will pay him roughly $9.8 million for the season.

    Should Albert impress this year, the Chiefs might consider coughing up the big bucks to re-sign him. If Albert doesn’t impress, he could find himself moved to right tackle in favor of rookie first overall pick, Eric Fisher. That could hurt Albert’s stock should he become a free agent next offseason.

  2. 86WARD

    86WARD NFL's Dirtiest Player Staff Member GIF OG Premium Member

    No need to settle for RT money this year when he can get LT money next season.
  3. Spiman2u

    Spiman2u Chiefs fan no matter what GIF OG

    He better play like a 9.8 million dollar man. Have a good season and you will get paid! not as a Chief um bye Albert

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