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Rookie Albert Might Play In Opener

There is some good news out of Chiefs camp.  First-round pick, offensive tackle Branden Albert — who was injured in the July 31st scrimmage against the Minnesota Vikings — looks to be getting back for practice this week.  Even better, head coach Herm Edwards has not ruled out playing the
future cornerstone of the offensive line against the Super Bowl runner-up, the New England Patriots, as the season opens on Sunday.  The Chiefs will monitor Albert’s injury as the week progresses.


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One Response to “Rookie Albert Might Play In Opener”

  1. Beantown Billy says:

    Hey Beantowners! So who thinks the AFC ticket runs through Foxboro this year? I do! I mean come on! The best WR and QB in the NFL reside on the same sideline, not to mention the smartest coach since…well lets just say they should rename the Lombardi trophy! I love LMoney in the backfield but watch out for that fiesty Lamont Jordan catching a few passes here as well. Yes, the D is getting elderly, but that doesnt mean it’s not good!!! I’m sure a loss or even three is possible but the AFC should run it’s path through a blood thirsty Patriots team.

    -Beantown Billy

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