Jacksonville Jaguars OT Branden Albert reportedly ending brief retirement

Jacksonville Jaguars OT Branden Albert reportedly ending brief retirement

Jacksonville Jaguars OT Branden Albert reportedly ending brief retirement

Ultimately Albert did show for the mandatory minicamp and (later) the start of training camp on July 26 before deciding to walk away after three practices.

The Jaguars are now in Foxborough, Massachusetts, for two days of joint practices with the New England Patriots, and a team spokesman said the team would not comment on the situation.

Regardless, the Jaguars are in a bad situation and it appears that he will be returning to the league soon and when if does, it should be expected that the Jags will release him, therefore, allowing him to hit the open market and sign with a team of his choice.

When Albert retired, it was made apparent that he might owe a significant amount of money back to the team he'd abandoned.

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The Jaguars traded a 2018 seventh-round pick to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for Albert back in March. The Dolphins signed Albert in 2014 giving him a signing bonus of $8.5 million. He skipped most of Jacksonville's offseason program because he wanted a new contract. With Albert out of the picture the Jaguars will likely turn to rookie Cam Robinson at left tackle. Albert worked out with the team's first team offense the first day of training camp, but Robinson over the next two days took reps with the first team.

Albert was working out in the team facility on the players' day off on July 30 and tight end Marcedes Lewis said he spoke with Albert that day and they talked about the upcoming season.

Albert, a first-round pick in 2008, is a two-time Pro Bowl selection. Albert missed 20 games over the last five seasons, including seven in 2014 because of a knee injury.

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