Branden Albert RUMORS & NEWS

  • Branden Albert Released by Jaguars After Coming Out of Retirement

    Bleacher Report "Offensive tackle Branden Albert's strange journey with the Jacksonville Jaguars has come to an end after the team released him Friday. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Jaguars officially released Albert four days after he reported to the team following a brief retirement. The Jaguars..." August 12

  • Branden Albert informs Jaguars he wants to return "Branden Albert is eyeing a return to football. Albert -- who announced his retirement last week after nine seasons in the NFL -- met with the Jacksonville Jaguars over the weekend, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Mike Garafolo report. Albert informed the team he wants to..." August 08

  • Branden Albert Retires After 9 Seasons in NFL "Branden Albert has retired from the NFL and the Jaguars. Albert, a two-time Pro Bowl selection expected to compete for the team’s starting left-tackle position, announced his retirement on Monday. The team announced the decision in a press release. Albert, 32, was acquired by the Jaguars in..." July 31

  • Branden Albert Looking For Similar Deal To Russell Okung Or Andrew Whitworth

    NFL Trade Rumors "Ian Rapoport reports that Jaguars OT Branden Albert isn’t expected to be on the field today for the start of OTAs, as he’s still looking for an improved contract. Jason Cole of B/R reports that Jaguars LT Branden Albert is looking for a similar contract to the ones signed by Russell Okung and..." May 23

  • Jaguars & LT Branden Albert Communicated This Week For First Time Since March

    Jacksonville Times-Union "The relationship between the Jaguars and left tackle Branden Albert is beginning to thaw. A source told the Times-Union on Thursday that team and player had been in communication this week for the first time since at least mid-March. Albert has been a no-show for the first two phases of the..." May 18

  • Jaguars haven’t heard a word from Branden Albert

    Jacksonville Times-Union "The silence between Jaguars coach Doug Marrone and formerly-presumed starting left tackle Branden Albert has carried into May. Albert remains a no-show during the team’s voluntary off-season program and Marrone has yet to speak to him. “No. Still. None,” Marrone said Saturday during rookie..." May 14

  • Doug Marrone surprised he hasn’t heard from Branden Albert

    Florida Times Union "Left tackle Branden Albert and tight end Marcedes Lewis were the only two Jaguars not present for this week’s opening of voluntary off-season conditioning. Lewis is the Jaguars’ longest-tenured player and kept the organization in the loop about his plan to remain in southern California. “He..." April 21

  • Branden Albert doesn’t show for launch of Jaguars offseason program

    Pro Football Talk "Mt. Coughlin could soon be erupting. The new Jaguars executive V.P. of football operations faces the first player-related test of his tenure with the team following the news, via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, that left tackle Branden Albert has opted not to show up for the start of offseason..." April 17