The Miami Dolphins have question marks across the offensive line, from both guard spots to left tackle Branden Albert's health.
The guard position has yet to be sorted out completely, but the Dolphins received good news regarding Albert Tuesday. According to James Walker of ESPN, Albert said he will participate fully in practice on Tuesday for the first time since tearing his ACL last season. He had been limited for all of training camp until this point.
Albert is a key piece of the Dolphins' offense. If he can stay healthy, he can provide much-needed protection for Ryan Tannehill's blindside. Tannehill has been sacked far too often over the past two years, and that will need to change if the Dolphins plan to have any success on offense.
There's still going to be a recovery process and adjustment period for Albert as he gets acclimated to game action for the first time in nine months, but it's a good sign for Miami, nonetheless.
(h/t James Walker)