Albright (undisclosed) was waived off IR after reaching an injury settlement, per the league's official transaction report.
Albright averaged over 20 special teams snaps during seven games for the Cardinals in 2017. He couldn't stay healthy, however, and will now be free to sign with another team.
Albright (undisclosed) cleared waivers Saturday and reverted back to the Cardinals' injured reserve list, per the NFL Media official transaction log.
Albright suited up for seven games with the Cardinals last season. His role was primarily on special teams, as he saw just three snaps on defense. Unless he reaches an injury settlement with Arizona, he will be sidelined for the remainder of the year.
Albright was waived by Arizona with an injury designation Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Albright's injury is presently undisclosed. He appeared in seven games for the Cardinals last season, primarily on special teams. He saw the field on defense for just three snaps all year and didn't record a tackle. If he clears waivers, he'll revert to Arizona's IR.
Albright signed a contract with the Cardinals on Monday, Arizona Sports 98.7 FM reports.
Albright bounced between the Bills' practice squad and 53-man roster last season, and he has spent this season on the Cardinals' practice squad. The 23-year-old will likely serve as a reserve linebacker and special teams player.
Albright signed a Reserve/Future contract with the Bengals on Tuesday.
Albright will therefore join the Bengals following the conclusion of the current season. He was a reserve player for the Bills before being cut in December of 2016, but the fact that Albright was signed via future contract gives hope that he could find a spot on Cincinnati's roster come September.
Albright was waived Tuesday, BuffaloBills.com reports.
"Big Bird" was just called up from the practice squad last week and did see some action during Sunday's loss to the Steelers, but the team has other needs to worry about for this week's game against the Browns. We wouldn't be surprised if the Bills try to stash Albright on the practice squad should he go unclaimed.
Albright was promoted to the Bills' active roster from the practice squad Saturday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
Albright is projected to be active Sunday against the Steelers, though he'll likely just see snaps on special teams with Lerentee McCray (concussion) out.
Albright was released Thursday, BuffaloBills.com reports.
As much as Rex Ryan loved this undrafted free agent from Miami of Ohio, the writing was on the wall when the Bills elevated linebacker Lerentee McCray ahead of Albright for Week 1. We'll see if the Bills try to move "Big Bird," as Ryan calls him, to the practice squad or find a spot on the team again when they don't need as many reserve offensive linemen.