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Draft week: Will Ireland panic on Branden Albert?

Jeff Ireland has generally not been one to panic throughout his tenure as the Dolphins general manager.

Once he realized that Chad Henne was not the answer as Miami's franchise quarterback, he didn't panic and pick Ryan Mallett in the 2011 draft. He didn't panic and make the deal for Kyle Orton later that summer. He didn't panic earlier this offseason and give cornerback Brent Grimes or tight end Dustin Keller multi-year deals. He didn't panic and fill an offensive line need by immediately committing to Eric Winston -- either last year or this year.

Indeed, the only Ireland move I can really think would even come close to being a panic move was the trade up for running back Daniel Thomas in the second round of the 2011 draft. The Dolphins desperately needed running back help after moving on from Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams and apparently feared losing out on Thomas so the move was made.

Despite that one apparent indiscretion, Ireland has been a fairly cool customer when it comes to acquiring players. (No, he doesn't always get the right one. No one does. But he doesn't get flustered about going after anyone, either). He certainly played it cool with left tackle Jake Long and that is one reason I've confirmed Long went to the St. Louis Rams.

Seems Long didn't think the Dolphins showed him enough love or respect, probably by the structure of their offers to him, to return to Miami.

And that brings us to the Branden Albert situation.

Albert is the Kansas City Chiefs left tackle who is on the trade block. And the Dolphins have shown considerable interest. But the interest has not been to the point where the Dolphins had offered the Chiefs a trade proposal as of this writing. The interest had not been to the point where the Dolphins had worked out a contract with Albert's agent as of this writing.

Ireland had so far played it cool. 

As of Sunday afternoon, this was still in the pending file.

But as this is officially the dawn of draft week, and all three parties -- the Chiefs, the Dolphins and the Albert camp -- would like a resolution to the issue that involves them all, the pressure on Ireland is about to mount exponentially. And pressure often causes folks to panic.

Because the draft is less than four days away, the Albert camp wants the Dolphins to get a deal done. The Chiefs want to bring this to some sort of conclusion because they'd like to know if Albert is going to be on their roster or if they're going to have an extra draft choice -- a fairly high one apparently -- for Albert.

And there is a certain amount of pressure on the Dolphins to figure out both draft compensation and a contract for Albert if that's the direction they're going to go. And if that's not the direction they're going to go, the Dolphins need to figure out how else they'll solve their left tackle vacancy that apparently they're not thrilled with Jonathan Martin filling.

So, yes, there is pressure. And this is about the time someone might panic.

Will it be Ireland?

He's the most likely choice of the three parties involved.

Albert's camp doesn't have to panic. They've got a signed franchise tag they're holding which guarantees the player $9.8 million in 2013. Yes, they want a multi-year deal. But are they going to cave to get that done?

Absolutely not. Indeed, the Albert camp believes it is working from a position of strength. They have a guaranteed one-year deal. They have a player that can hit the free agent market next year and get major bucks because it's unlikely the Chiefs would franchise him again at 120 percent of this year's cap value. They also have a suitor on the line for a multi-year deal. So there is not real timing pressure on them.

And that's why I'm told Albert wants to get paid. He wants a contract that is better than the four-year, $34 million deal with $16 million guaranteed the Rams gave Jake Long.

Yes, Branden Albert expects to get a better deal from the Dolphins than Jake Long ultimately believed the Dolphins were offering him. Now, one can play with the numbers. It's possible the Dolphins' offer to Long might have been higher than the Rams' but was structured in such a way as to make it easy to get rid of him after one year if he was injured again.

But on the face, Albert wants to do better than the deal Long thought was the best one on the table.

And they're not under undo pressure.

The Chiefs are playing it coy, too. They've not giving Miami permission to speak with Albert personally or give him a physical until they have a signficant trade offer on the table. And as of this writing, that was not yet the case.

They can argue they'll draft as planned and simply keep Albert and there will be opportunities to trade him later. Of course, we know this is posturing. The Chiefs want the draft pick compensation for Albert by Friday the latest. And if they don't get it by then, they're losing the maximum benefit of trading him. But I'm simply telling you what they might be pitching as a stance.

Ireland and the Dolphins?

They seem more desperate. They don't have a left tackle. The veil of using Martin as the answer has been removed. That's not what the team wants. That would only be the last resort move.

They aren't going to ransom their entire draft to trade up for Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher as those two left tackles might go No. 1 and No. 2 when the draft begins Thursday. They're not in love with Lane Johnson enough to mortgage a signficant part of their draft to trade up for him. (Maybe if he drops to them, they go with him. But trade up for him? Not in the plans as of today).

So what's left? Pick the fourth-best left tackle and hope?

It's a time for lesser men to panic because there are not wonderful options.

But this is my advice to Jeff Ireland:

Do you. Be yourself. Do not panic.

Paying Branden Albert -- a good but not great left tackle -- like he's an elite left tackle is not a palatable move to begin with. And paying a 2013 second- or third-round pick to Kansas City for the privilege makes it less appealing.

So hold fast.

Offer a 2014 second-rounder instead of 2013.

If it must be a 2013 pick, make absolutely sure that it's the second of Miami's two second-rounders (Nos. 42 and 54) and make sure that a trade down from No. 12 in the first round is available so you can regain that extra pick to mitigate the sting of trading for Albert.

(That likely means waiting until Thursday because very few teams will be willing to make a pre-draft trade for the No. 12 overall selection before then). 

If the Chiefs don't want to budge, call their bluff. Seriously. What are they going to do after picking Joeckel? They have to trade Albert. So wait them out.

If Thursday comes an goes and Friday comes and goes, Braden Albert will still be on the trade block. And then the pressure on K.C. will indeed mount. They're not going to waive the guy. Make the trade for a '14 pick. Give them that second-rounder, tell them they beat you up, shake their hand and call it a day -- all the while knowing they didn't win because they didn't take your current picks.

Remember Jimmy Johnson's old axiom: A second-rounder next year is like giving up a third-rounder this year because experience and maturity will likely cause the third-rounder to produce faster and more. So giving up a second next year for Albert is more of a bargain for Miami.

That strategy would give the team Albert this year, plus its full complement of draft picks this year. And that 2014 pick you trade away might be a lower selection anyway if your moves this year pay the kind of dividends you expect and you're in the playoffs.

Does waiting out K.C. come with risk?

Of course it does. Maybe another team jumps into the picture. Maybe the Chiefs rethink their strategy and keep Albert.

But those risks seem marginal. Albert's been on the market for a while and no one else has stepped up. And Albert has made it known to the Chiefs he's dead set against playing right tackle so he's causing them some pressure on that front.

Look, this deal could be done by Monday night or Tuesday if Jeff Ireland panics. Yes, he'd immediately have the solution to his left tackle issue. But the move would seem unthoughtful in the wake of losing Jake Long because the cost would be higher on multiple fronts (trade compensation as well as big contract compensation to the player).

Or ...

Ireland could strap his belt a notch tighter and hold his breath. He could wait out the Chiefs and the chances he'd get Albert could diminish. There's uncertainty there admittedly.

But sometimes testing that uncertainty is better than being the guy that panics.

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Martin was Colombo mark 2 last year.God hopes he has backbone this year

scourt:

"Mob, Albert won't play right tackle but you think he's going to play guard? You're nuts."

I think Ireland wants him at LEFT guard. I think he is a better fit there and he played there in college. He can be one of the better LG's in the NFL. He is only an average LT.

Obviously Albert does not agree with this assessment or the deal would have been consummated already.

Posted by: editor 1 | April 22, 2013 at 10:40 AM

Thanks editor 1, maybe now you can actually contribute something to the blog besides spelling errors...

Lets face it, this is a watershed moment for the Dolphins. All the open cap space and 11 draft picks. We can do the same old garbage and blow the Draft by trading up for another Offensive Lineman, or we can come out with playmakers and turn this entire thing around. Get a TE, get a young WR with skills, get a guy opposite Wake, get a Big safety and CB. Tanne has mobility, we don't need a first round Offensive Lineman at every position. This year is make or break for this team for probably this decade. Don't blow it Ireland.

Memo to dolphin fans, word up here is the Jets because of the Revis deal, word is they'll take T.Austin at 9 and the TE from Notre Dame at 13 just some food for thought dolphin fans !!

Helping bloggers express themselves properly and use the correct words to convey what they are actually trying to say IS contributing to the blog, junior.

Chiefs fan, the problem with your logic is, albert is a one year rental for the chiefs. They can't franchise him again next year and the chiefs can't trade him next year because he would be a free agent. They could come to an agreement on a longer term deal if Albert agrees to move to the right side which could happen if there isn't much of a market for him on the left side next year. I agree though in that the chiefs can use Albert on the right side draft joeckel and have 2 good tackles for this year. They won't gain a draft pick going this route but it isn't a bad fallback position.
The fall back position for the fins by not getting Albert could derail the season if they go with a mediocre or worse has been manning the right or left side teamed up with an unproven Martin. Or the other option of moving up or counting on a later pick at OT teamed w Martin to protect your franchise QB.

I say pull the trigger, we'd get a healthy LT that can play right now & we will not get one of the elite from the draft!!! Ireland is an idiot & so is Ross!!! BOYCOTT ALL NEW GILIE LOGO ITEMS!!!

So right now it looks to me like signing Long and letting Starks walk would have been the way to go. Star Lotulelei or Sheldon Richardson very likely will be there for Miami at 12 (I still like taking Star if he's there regardless of this mess). Fisher and Joeckel will not. (Johnson is an underwear olympics riser I wouldn't even take him if he he fell to 12). To me this was a simple and blatant analysis error by Ireland and his advisers. When deciding who to franchise, you must consider what you can replace in the market and the draft. Sorry Ireland, you screwed this up. But I do hope you get lucky and find an out. I think Terron Armstead is the gamble now. I don't want Fat Albert sucking up valuable cap space forever.

please draft Warmack at 12!!! Then give up pick 54 and one of the 3rd round picks we have to jump back into the 1st round and grab Watson.

Boom - Watson, Incognito, Pouncy, Warmack, Martin. O-line solved for 3-4 years until Incog gets old as he would be be far the oldest.

Posted by: editor 1 | April 22, 2013 at 11:10 AM

No being the grammer police on a blog where the blog itself has grammatical and spelling errors daily is useless.
So no JA it is not a real contribution to a football blog.

Who thinks Matt Moore is trade bait on draft day or will be gone by mid season?

Ireland should have panicked a bit more over the last years, because there was a tremendous lack of talent in his team

I certainly clearly agree I don t get all woo woo about Albert who is only rated the 23rd best Left Tackle????//He wants more money than a better and more talented Jake Long was?????Pleaseeeeee.I really don t even see why he s in on this possible trade when 1 just is good can be drafted and for a much cheaper price for better long-term value.KC will be lucky if they get a dime of Miami s money I predict.Go with a young guy in the draft.This guy is too expensive for JUST an average at best player.

I admit I am illiterate!! I know nothing about football!!

Ryan Mallett Is A Bust.

The Kid(T.Wilson) Coming Out This Year From Arkansas Is Better. And Even He Is Not That Good. If We Are Going To Speculate And Say Ireland Should've Drafted A QB That Year. Which Would've Been Counter Productive. Considering You Would Basically Be Giving Sporano Another 2-3 Year Extension. The QB To Get Was C. Kaepernick. He Was A Wildcat QB. But Spo Would've Ruined Kaepernick.

Now If Ireland Would've Had His Way Harbaugh Would've Been Our Coach And Kaepernick Our QB. But Spo Was Given One Last Run With Henne. And Ireland Still Managed To Pull A Matt Moore Out His Assembly.

I Remember That Season Like Yesterday. K. Dansby and B. Marsha Lead The Rebellion Losing The First 7 Games In A Row. Managing To Lose A 15-0 Game With 2:00 Minutes To Go Against Tebow. Then Managing To Not Fully Throw The Season To Get Luck Or RG3.

Again, All That Is Speculation.

A Fact Is R. Mallet Is A Bust.

If Belichick Could Trade Him. Now Would Be The Time. This Offseason R. Mallets Stock Should Be At Its Peak. No QB's In The Draft And He Has 2yrs In The League. Still On His Rookie Deal. By Jimmy Johnson's Standard R. Mallet Should Be Worth A 1st Rounder This Season. At Least A 2nd In This QB Hungry Draft. A. Smith Was Worth 2-2nd Rounders. Even M. Flynn Was Worth Something.

Brady Just Signed A New Deal. We All Know Mallett Won't Be Seeing The Field Anytime Soon. The Pats Can Draft A QB Next Year, And Still Have Time To Develop Him Before Brady Retires.

Shane, yeah, said way back, that Starks would've been the easiest big money guy to replace. Good player but you have him sucking up 8 mill of your 120 mill cap. Jake despite being not as good as Starks recently was way way harder to replace as we all see now.

Watson is weaker than martin. I don't want that guy anywhere near this team. Even Fluker would be a better pick and I hate that guy. If you want to draft a secondary OT - Terron Armstead is the guy.

Matty, neither you or I have been elected by anyone to decide what is or isn't a contribution to the blog. As such, my position that correcting your post is a contribution carries just as much weight as you saying it doesn't.

That is reality and you can do nothing to alter that.

We need LT talent right now & Alberts has that!!! Ireland won't have a LT choice @12!!! Not that that idiot does the right thing anyway but after this year he'll be gone & all his bad decisions!!!

I Know Somebody Said Something About R. McClain. What I Didn't Know Is He Just Got Arrested Again.

http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=9198542

Maybe The Guy Should Just Move From His Hometown.

Hey, K. Dansby Is Still Available.

"The Miami Herald reports Branden Albert is in fact targeting more money than the Rams paid Jake Long.

Yahoo previously reported Albert wanted in the range of Long money ($8.5 million annually), but it sounds like he wants $9 million a year or more. In annual average, the highest paid left tackle in football is Joe Thomas at $11.5 million. The highest paid guard is Carl Nicks ($9.5 million). Albert's franchise tender is worth $9.828 million contract, so he may be using that as a starting point."

Source: Miami Herald
Apr 22 - 1:05 AM


I must be missing something....What's the surprise here??? If I'm Albert & my back is not an issue--I'm asking for more money than Long too. Long absolutely sucked last year & that was before he got hurt. However if Albert is NOT 100% then there's nothing to talk about.

There is NO SUCH thing as a 3rd RD BUST...

just so you know...

Couldn't agree more Mando. The plain fact is, Albert is a mediocre tackle. Don't let the 7th best rating fool you. That rating came only because of so-so pass rushers due to the scheduling. When faced with top shelf talent, he gets beat. As for run blocking, seems to have trouble with cut blocks. Pass blocking or run, Albert has a inital lunge but has trouble with foot work. KC was even toying with the idea of moving him to guard.
But the bottom line is, Albert is average and wants top money. I see this guy as just a stop gap and you don't pay thru the nose for a stop gap.

We need LT talent right now & Alberts has that!!! Ireland won't have a LT choice @12!!! Not that that idiot does the right thing anyway but after this year he'll be gone & all his bad decisions!!!

Killer,

Just settle down. If Albert is healthy & the back is not an issue I believe Ireland will pay him up to $9 Million a year. There's NO WAY Ireland believed that Albert was willing to take less than what Jake got from the Rams & if he did then he's delusional.

..Some of you are funny.. We all are guilty of spewing things out of our backside. Some even get upset when told the facts like their manhood has been challenged..But let me set it straight on Albert...

Do you know that the Chiefs asked him to play some guard in 2011? That he was drafted with the idea of being a guard? So although I think anyone who believes Ireland would be bringing him here to play guard is hitting the pipe..He has shown in the past willingness to play the position.

About his poor 2008 season and his weight...The only reason he had weight issues is that there was a new regime that wanted him to lose weight. He lost the weight they asked, but his performance suffered. Todd Haley recognized that the weight was not a problem and that is was his mistake. Albert played 2010,11,12 at a closer weight to the 2008 season..

Also this idea that he is diminishing?? Jake long Digressed. Albert on the other hand is getting better. Who has been the better Lt the last 2, you could almost even add 2.5 years..I won't go that far..

Lt's get paid. that is the deal. Some say it is the third, some say second most important position on the field. I don't think this is panic. But prudent in every way. If...And again big if here. All other options are not 100 percent

..@ 11:50...Look at me being the smart guy offering the facts. And I butcher it! Sweet..The first sentence of the third paragraph should read after his poor 2009 season..

jmike, yes I did grade the Martin pick a D last year. Scouting report on him in PFW was not good. Said he was soft. That's a big red flag for me. Turns out they were right on. I think they are the best draft pub going. I'll have this year's in hand Thursday night.

Do not go after Branden Albert at all. KC will be begging the Dolphins to take him, just as they did Trent Green a few years ago. People around here in KS laughed about that deal, and they are already giving me a bunch of crap about this one too.

DO NOT EVEN CONSIDER THIS DEAL. ALBERT IS A JOKE.

Jeff Ireland will panic only if panicking is absolutely necessary.

There is so much parity in this draft. No OT is clearly a cut above the rest. Don't listen to the media hype. If we do trade up, it would be for Dion Jordan. A game changing pass rusher. Other than that, stay put a select the best player available regardless of position. That's how you get a "game changer".

Lets face it, this is a watershed moment for the Dolphins. All the open cap space and 11 draft picks. We can do the same old garbage and blow the Draft by trading up for another Offensive Lineman, or we can come out with playmakers and turn this entire thing around. Get a TE, get a young WR with skills, get a guy opposite Wake, get a Big safety and CB. Tanne has mobility, we don't need a first round Offensive Lineman at every position. This year is make or break for this team for probably this decade. Don't blow it Ireland.

Bobby,

You need a legitimate LT to give your QB a chance. Between Long & Martin we didn't do that last year. Yes Tannehill needs to improve but he also needs better protection.

And yes we need a TE & a RB but I'm not even sure you can think WR at this point. We drafted Matthews last year who has upside & with Wallace, Hartline, Bess, & Gibson what's the problem???

mob, left guards don't get paid $9 million per year. The Chiefs franchised their LT. The Dolphins need a LT.
Period.

Guards are not nearly as valuable. Anyone with any football knowledge knows this.

Dashi: You are wrong on the underclassmen stuff. And I notice you ignored the Pat Surtain trade. Way to not face facts.

Mike, if you're looking for men go back to that gay bar you like.

Scourt...

what are you talking about....Dashi doesn't need to FACE FACTS....things are ONLY FACTS is DASHI says so...its right there in his 11:29 ridicoulus post....

Ryan Mallett will be the FIRST 3rd RD draft selection in the HISTORY of the NFL to be considered a BUST...

Dashi=FACTS....

get with the program Scourt....

Dashi wrote it....so it shall come to pass....

Posted by: GAfin | April 22, 2013 at 07:27 AM

your dead wrong on that. Albert has a better year (1 year) and he better than long? injury concerns are the only thing is better. overall better talent goes to Long. not all that close (other than long bad PERFORMANCE last year)

Lt's get paid. that is the deal. Some say it is the third, some say second most important position on the field. I don't think this is panic. But prudent in every way. If...And again big if here. All other options are not 100 percent

Daryl,

You're correct--legitimate starting LT's get PAID. That's a fact. I think Ireland is simply exploring ALL his options @ LT for now.

BTW--Albert's agent is not an idiot. If the Dolphins are offering him $16-$20 Million of guaranteed money then he's going to take it. Right now Albert is guaranteed his franchise number of over $9 Million but if he gets hurt this year then he's screwed. He's also going to be 29 so this is his best chance to get the best deal possible. If we're the only team interested is possibly paying now then who is going to be interested in him next year???

More on Martin from PFW Draft Pub last year. This is why it does not suprise me he has not worked out so far. He was rated the 7th best LT by PFW. With comments like "stressed by speed" and a scout's report: "I don't like Jonathan Martin. He is soft. I don't think he is the athlete he is made out to be...I would take him in the fourth. I would like to play against him. I hope he comes to our division."
So when we picked him the 2nd round I was dissapointed. So I gave that pick a D grade.

One thing you are not mace taggart, you 're not funny. Never have been. We know.

MassDolphin PFW had Martin going at 23 to the Lions, so their report on Martin couldn't have been that bad.

23. Detroit Lions
Jonathan Martin | OT | Stanford [ Jr. ]
Matthew Stafford showed great resolve staying on the field last season, but it did not come without pain, and improving the blind-side protection remains an area of concern. Jim Schwartz could tab Martin to protect the investment in his quart. Good size and arm length. Fairly athletic and can shuffle, slide and wall off zones. Nice knee bend. Plays on his feet with good balance. Plays with very good awareness and keeps his head on a swivel. Gets positioning and sticks to defenders — gives good effort and consistently sustains. Is well-versed in a pro-style offense. Strength was their issue.

I certainly clearly agree I don t get all woo woo about Albert who is only rated the 23rd best Left Tackle????//He wants more money than a better and more talented Jake Long was?????Pleaseeeeee.I really don t even see why he s in on this possible trade when 1 just is good can be drafted and for a much cheaper price for better long-term value.KC will be lucky if they get a dime of Miami s money I predict.Go with a young guy in the draft.This guy is too expensive for JUST an average at best player.

Posted by: Jojo | April 22, 2013 at 11:28 AM

Thank you, the guy is good but NOWHERE worth the money he's asking. If you wasn't going to pay long than there is no way you pay this guy.

Draft D.J Fluker (the best RT in the draft) keep Martin on the Left, sign Winston to a 2 year deal (just in case) solid O-Line that will be, no draft pick trades, no high dollars spent. Problem solved, your welcome.

In the 2nd rd grab a CB and DE, then the 3rd rd CB and TE. This is what I believe that the Dolphins will do.

M. Egnew Has Seen More Playing Time Than R. Mallet.

Do We Want To Play The Game "Players The Pats Could've Picked Instead Of R. Mallet". Since We Love To Play Which TE The Dolphins Didn't Sign.

A. Pettis WR
L. Hankerson WR
V. Brown WR
C. Shorts WR

B. Shine CB
C. Collier CB

Just To Name A Few. All Those Guys Would've Helped The Pats Out More.

Posted by: DarrylDunphy | April 22, 2013 at 11:50 AM

I disagree. Long was not better last year however, before injury I would have much rather have long than Albert during the 2011 campaign

Please, Please don't sign him for the money he wants. He is not worth it. PLEASE DON'T DO IT.

oh, we can also tell who is lying here.

Alan, Fluker does not fit a a WC zone blocking scheme. He's not athletic, and doesn't have quick feet. He may be a very good player, but you have to look at scheme fit first, and he doesn't fit it.

Posted by: editor 1 | April 22, 2013 at 11:39 AM


Thanks for playing!

We Need Playmakers, we have Mike Wallace, that is our young receiver. Bess is 30, Hartline is mid career, Gibson we are not sure of, yet. I'm all for picking up a young receiver in this draft and grooming him. Replace Bess. We are not talking about a one year team here. We need to build these positions for the future. Wallace can be let go after 2 years. That's my point

jmike, we must be looking at different publications as mine predicted Detroit would take Mike Adams LT at 23? But none of that changes my dissappointment when we selected Martin in the 2nd. That scout's report was scary.

I LOVE the TE that the FINS signed....I having been touting Keller since the rumors started flying....

do you ever read anything that ANYBODY else writes...or are you to busy reading and RE-READING...and then congratulating yourself on your own hot garbarge that got posted....

and as far as playingtime...

I didn't know that Egnew was sitting behind 3X SB CHAMP and 5 time SB apperance TE Anthony Fasano....

You know...

Like Mallett is....behind Brady....

Great comparison....I mean the playing feild is equal....QBs get rotated OUT ALL the time...just like TEs do....

I'm so not worried about this. Jeff Ireland is too smart for this. If he was that worried about LT he would of gave into Jake Long demands.

I'm sure Philbin and the OL coach have there opinions to Jeff. No need to get crazy here.

Clayton was just on 610 radio here and kc and said deal will get done Thursday before draft

I cringe when people say .. just put martin at LT and see what happens? Sheesh. Way less risk if we would've come into this season with Egnew as our best tight end and hartline still as our #1 WR

Agree with most of the post, except that right now, Albert is the best quality out there for LT, and is better then the declining Long; must get him at best price possible, makes rest of draft easier; would also consider signing Winston or MsKinnie for backup.

altho I do wonder what happened with Clabo?

oh...AltFin again....

there are 3 players that will be able to make an immediate impact and be one of the best players in the league at their position in a year or 2.

Warmack
Austin
Eiffet

All should be there at 12 when we pick (warmack my not be, but cooper could be).

Pick one of them I say. too much emphasis on LT. Packers have a crap O-line and they put up loads of points.

For all of you who think Tackle is not a big Issue, any one remember Columbo??

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