Jaguars may not let Branden Albert return after retirement, report says

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The Patriots and Jacksonville Jaguars will hold their first of three joint practices in Foxboro on Monday morning, leading up to Thursday night's preseason opener at Gillette.

The Jaguars said in a statement they made the designation four days after Albert approached team officials "about the opportunity to return to the National Football League at a later date".

The Jacksonville Jaguars placed left tackle Branden Albert on the reserve/retired list Tuesday, essentially ending his brief and baffling tenure with the team. Albert sat out Jacksonville's offseason workouts but participated in three days of preseason camp before releasing a statement last Monday that said he had chose to call it a career.

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Instead, when Albert retired a week ago, it came with an official statement of thanks to each organization he'd ever played for, including the Jags.

Basically, Albert wanted more guaranteed money since he was acquired from the Dolphins in exchange for a 2018 seventh-round draft pick in March.

The former Chiefs and Dolphins offensive tackle would reportedly owe the Jaguars $3.4 million in signing-bonus forfeiture if he were to remain retired.

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Albert made two Pro Bowls in a nine-year career with Kansas City and Miami.

"He's a great player, great dude and he works super hard". He had five days to return to the team before going on the reserve/retired list or being released.

They are a team working to get back to winning, and according to Coughlin, working with the Patriots for a few days was a no-brainer.

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The veteran lineman returned to the facility the next morning and told head coach Doug Marrone he was retiring.

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