Jaguars cut OT Albert after retirement reversal

From ESPN - August 11, 2017

If Pro Bowl offensive tackle Branden Albert makes good on his wish to play instead of retiring, it wo not be for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Albert, who changed his mind about retiring earlier in the week, was released by the Jaguars on Friday from the reserved/retired list.

The move means the Jaguars no longer retain their rights to Albert. He will go through the waiver process and if no team claims him, he will become a free agent.

Albert, 32, abruptly retired on July 31, just three days into training camp, releasing a statement through the team in which he wished the organization luck and said he looked forward to returning home to Miami to pursue his business interests.


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