Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
This offseason has been a rough one for Branden Albert. He's received a lot of criticism on Twitter from fans and the media, forcing him to shut down his social media account to avoid hearing from the critics.
This came after the Chiefs re-signed Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt, both who were set to be free agents if they did not re-sign. Albert didn't receive a new contract and was tagged instead. This created questions as to whether or not Albert is done with the Chiefs.
Speculation about Albert's future in Kansas City grew even more when the Chiefs took Eric Fisher with the No. 1 pick in the draft.
However, all of the talk about Albert possibly leaving Kansas City have been put to bed, for now.
Albert is at Chiefs OTAs and is working with the rest of the team. He avoided specific comments regarding his future and possibly landing a new contract and said his agent will have to work on that with general manager John Dorsey.
Albert is showing that he wants to stay in Kansas City and get a fresh start. The new regime has not shown serious concerns with Albert and appear to want him. If the Chiefs end up re-signing Albert and use him and Fisher on both sides, the offensive line will see a lot of success this season.