For the second off-season in a row, the Miami Dolphins are making a splash in free-agency.
The team has signed Offensive Tackle Branden Albert from the Kansas City Chiefs. He's the same guy they were thinking about trading for last year. They were able to get him without giving anything up, besides big money of course, because Albert was now a free agent. The deal is reportedly for five years and $46 million.
The Fins also signed a new Defensive Tackle named Earl Mitchell. He previously played for the Houston Texans. Miami lost longtime defensive tackle Paul Soliai to the Atlanta Falcons. Click Here for more on Mitchell.
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Also, alleged bullying victim Jonathan Martin has been traded to the San Francisco 49'ers for a conditional late round draft pick.
The trade reunites Offensive Tackle Martin with his head coach at Stanford, San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh.
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