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09 August 2017, 12:28 | Percy Christensen
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady shown earlier in training camp practiced against the Jaguars on Monday
Albert 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 that he looked forward to returning home to Miami to pursue his business interests.
The Jaguars, who are holding joint practices with the Patriots in New England, declined comment on the situation Monday.
Question: How surprised was Coughlin that Albert retired in the first place and then wanted to come back?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Jacksonville Jaguars are placing offensive tackle Branden Albert on the reserve/retired list, which means the team retains its rights to Albert if he should return to the field. He signed a five-year, $47 million deal with the Dolphins in 2014 after six seasons with the Chiefs.
Albert was scheduled to make $8.8 million this season and $9.5 million in 2018.
The Jaguars acquired the nine-year veteran through a trade with the Miami Dolphins this offseason.
If he unretires and the Jaguars decide they no longer want him, Albert would go through the waiver process and become a free agent should no team claim him.
The Jaguars will likely start rookie Cam Robinson at left tackle. Albert worked with the first-team offense on the first day of camp but Robinson took reps there in the next two practices.
Albert was the 15th overall pick by Kansas City in 2008.
On an off day July 30 Albert talked with a teammate about the upcoming 2017 season, but the next day arrived at camp and told Doug Marrone the head coach that he made a decision to retire. Albert missed 20 games over the last five seasons, including seven in 2014 because of a knee injury.
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