This paper is concerned with the linear estimation problems for discrete-time systems with random delayed observations. When the random delay is known online, i.e., time-stamped, the random delayed system is reconstructed as an equivalent delay-free one by using measurement reorganization technique, and then an optimal linear filter is presented based on the Kalman filtering technique. However, the optimal filter is time-varying, stochastic, and does not converge to a steady state in general. Then an alternative suboptimal filter with deterministic gains is developed under a new criteria. The estimator performance in terms of their error covariances is provided, and its mean square stability is established. Finally, a numerical example is presented to illustrate the efficiency of proposed estimators.