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Branden Albert has reversed his course after saying retirement final week, informing the Jacksonville Jaguars he will report back to the group, a supply advised ESPN’s Adam Caplan.

Albert has a base wage of $eight.875 million in 2017 and would owe the Jaguars $three.four million in signing bonus cash if he stayed retired.

Jacksonville acquired Albert in a March commerce with the Miami Dolphins, the place he had spent the final three seasons. Albert has been to the Professional Bowl twice in his profession (2013 and 2015), and was anticipated to be the Jaguars greatest offensive deal with when he retired.

The Jaguars are in New England this week working towards with the Patriots. Whereas Albert didn’t accompany the group on their street journey, he met with the Jaguars over the weekend, in accordance with NFL Community’s Mike Garafolo.