How the Chiefs Can Make the Best of Both Eric Fisher and Branden Albert in KC

May 4, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the NFL offseason distances itself from the draft and grinds toward the 2013 regular season, it is becoming more likely that Branden Albert remains with the Kansas City Chiefs for at least one more year.
While it may not be ideal considering Kansas City used the No. 1 overall pick on Eric Fisher—projected to be the team's left tackle of the future—the Chiefs are certainly a much better team with Albert in the fold. And if keeping Albert on the left side for now maximizes his internal value to the organization, creating unnecessary controversy would detract from a very productive offseason.
With much of the roster in place and the impact that this particular situation would entail, providing a sense of direction now thwarts many of the questions that will be thrown at the Chiefs at training camp and, ultimately, the regular season.
New head coach Andy Reid told SiriusXM NFL Radio that he will play the best five guys on his offensive line (via Pro Football t...

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