Former Pro Bowl offensive tackle Branden Albert made a $1-million donation to charity after seeing Kim Kardashian do the same on an episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians." In the episode, Kim visits Alexandria House, a residence in Los Angeles that provides safe and supportive housing for women and children transitioning from emergency shelters […]
The Seahawks had to go to Plan B this week for an extra hand at defensive end for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. Seattle signed Quinton Jefferson off the Rams’ practice squad on Monday to add depth to the position with Cliff Avril set to miss this week’s game with a neck injury. […]
The Jacksonville Jaguars released 32-year-old offensive tackle Branden Albert on Friday. The move comes after a short saga in which Albert retired and wished to return just days later.
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Branden Albert informed the Jacksonville Jaguars he wants to return to football after announcing last week he was retiring. But do the Jaguars want to bring him back?
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Branden Albert retired on Monday morning without playing a snap for the team that acquired him in a March trade. "This is such a special league and it's been an honor and a privilege to play this sport professionally for the past nine years," Albert said in a […]
Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Branden Albert abruptly retired Monday, ending his NFL career after nine seasons and two Pro Bowls. Albert called it quits following three training camp practices and a brief discussion with coach Doug Marrone. ''He came in and told me that he was talking about retirement,'' Marrone said.
Branden Albert, acquired by Jacksonville this offseason, announced his retirement. Branden Albert’s contract standoff with the Jacksonville Jaguars seemed over, as Albert came to training camp without a holdout. The team announced Albert’s retirement on its website.
Jacksonville Jaguars veteran offensive tackle Branden Albert retired on Monday after nine NFL seasons, the team announced. The Jags acquired Albert in a trade with the Dolphins this offseason.
The Jacksonville Jaguars acquired left tackle Branden Albert via trade from Miami last March, but according to Jags head coach Doug Marrone the two have yet to talk.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone says he has had no contact with Branden Albert since the veteran left tackle decided to skip voluntary workouts.