Despite going 5-for-17, Blake Bortles feels Jacksonville Jaguars offense is “definitely” improving - Jacksonville.com
For the second straight practice against the New England Patriots, Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles attempted 17 passes during 11-on-11 work. End of similarities. Although he played turnover-free, Bortles misfired on his first five attempts on his way to a 5-of-17 outing against the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots. When Bortles had time, the receivers were covered. When the receivers got open, Bortles occasionally misfired.
Branden Albert un-retires, Jacksonville Jaguars place him on reserve/retired list - BigCatCountry.com
Effectively, the team is forcing Albert to show up if he wants to get paid. If he shows up, the Jaguars can then either give him his roster spot back or cut him — allowing Albert to recoup his signing bonus either way. But if Albert doesn’t show up, he likely has to give back $3.4 million of his signing bonus.
This Branden Albert, Jacksonville Jaguars situation is very, very bizarre - TheBigLead.com
Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Branden Albert retired from football on July 31, then announced he had changed his mind on Monday. Great, right? Well, now reports suggest the Jaguars don’t want him to return to the organization, and an odd situation has just gotten weirder.