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Jaguars Veteran Offensive Tackle Branden Albert Retired

[Aug 01 2017 GMT]

    Jacksonville Jaguars’ left tackle Brandon Albert announced hanging up his boots. More information is on where fast and safe madden mobile coins are provided.

    Albert had a strange offseason, he was traded by the Miami Dolphins to the Jaguars, then he missed the team offseason training to seek a new contract, and now he decides to retire.

    In most of the trainings in training camps so far, Albert was training with the starting lineup, which makes his decommissioning decision even stranger. There is no doubt that the biggest burden now falls on the rookie offensive tackle - Cam Robinson, and he may serve as the team’s starting left tackle in the new season.

    In the former coach Dave Caldwell era, the Jaguars has been creating offensive lineman. After the weaker-than-expected performance of the offensive tackle Luke Jockel, the team hopes that Albert can play a transition for Robinson after joining the team. If Robinson was able to meet expectations, the quarterback Blake Bortles did not have to worry that someone would knock him down from the blind side.

    32-year-old Albert was selected into the career bowl in 2013 and 2015. He played 118 games in nine seasons for Kansas City Chiefs and Dolphins. Since he will not play the game for the Jaguars, the Jaguars will regain the seventh round of the draft pick in the 2018.