The Jaguars-Branden Albert Era officially ended Friday when the team released the offensive tackle from the reserve/retired list.

Albert is free to sign with any team.

Albert retired July 31 after three training camp practices, but approached the Jaguars last week about coming out of retirement, but not necessarily to play for them.

On Monday, the Jaguars and Albert met again and the team said they “mutually agreed,” to place him on the reserve/retired list, which meant the Jaguars held on to his rights for the final two years of his contract.

Albert, 32, acquired from Miami for a 2018 seventh-round pick (which the Dolphins have since returned), was a no-show for the Jaguars’ voluntary off-season program. He reported for the three-day mandatory mini-camp in June and for training camp last month before going home after one padded practice.