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Derek Cox - "Being a champion is realizing that, everything matters."
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ChiefMan wrote: Albert called into a kc sports radio show today on his own free will to interview and said that he wants to stay in kc and that his agent has already had contact with our GM Dorsey so I expect him to stay
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SanDiegoMtneer wrote: I think the reasoning behind the idea is saving money and creating more cap space. Albert will demand a hefty raise even though he is saying all the right things about KC. Money still talks and there are very few athletes that take a hometown discount.
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LadyLover wrote: Albert is easily, outside of his own health issues, which aren't as bad as Long's, THE FA we need to target. Same contract for Gaither IMO but we're getting a legit OT without the baggage, moping, etc. Best bang for bolt buck. Also, a DB would be nice. Goldson is another dream, but alas, we don't have the dough with all this dead money tied to Gaither and Meachum. Still, this makes no sense unless we dramatically improve the offense, let alone the OL. Can't say enough how much a spread would do this team wonders.
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MikeLombardo wrote: I believe Albert is worth the money he will get on the open market and would more than address San Diego's most pressing area of need. That being said, I can't imagine any realistic scenario in which the Chiefs let him walk with no compensation in return.
Posted: 01/24/2013 10:54 AM
syxwunine wrote: MikeLombardo wrote: I believe Albert is worth the money he will get on the open market and would more than address San Diego's most pressing area of need. That being said, I can't imagine any realistic scenario in which the Chiefs let him walk with no compensation in return.Agreed. My concern is that people have been talking about his eventual move to guard every year since he was drafted, and he's 28 now, how many quality left tackle years does he actually have in him?
Posted: 01/24/2013 6:53 PM
WesChandler wrote: Ah, there's the rub. He said that he is not interested in a move to guard. While I don't see any chance of KC letting him walk, maybe a guarantee that he would stay at LT would go a long way.
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