Browns transition-tagged center Alex Mack signed his five-year, $42M offer sheet that includes $26M guaranteed with the Jaguars.
Alex Mack has signed his his offer sheet with #Jaguars.
Pro Football Talk "Some of the details regarding the tentative terms of the five-year offer sheet that center Alex Mack will sign with the Jaguars are beginning to trickle out. Per a league source, it’s a fairly straightforward contract. Despite speculation that the deal will include a 2015 balloon payment..." April 10
Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Jaguars are still contemplating making an offer to Pro Bowl center Alex Mack league sources told cleveland.com, but Browns owner Jimmy Haslam indicated Tuesday that he'll match any offer they come up with. "We remain optimistic that Alex Mack will be a Cleveland Brown for a long time,''..." April 09
Jacksonville Times-Union "They will be setting a new salary bar for Mack’s position. Currently, only seven centers are playing for contracts that include more than $10 million guaranteed. If Mack opts to sign his transition tag tender with Cleveland for $10.039 million, he will become the league’s highest paid center..." April 07
BREAKING: The Browns have designated C Alex Mack as their transition player.
Positive for #Browns: Much better chance of retaining star C Alex Mack. He’ll still test FA. With old regime, he was gone. Could be back now
ESPN.com "Alex Mack had a strong season and went to the Pro Bowl. Nobody knows where Mack will play in 2014. He was drafted by the Browns and has known nothing but losing and change since he joined the team. It only seems logical that he will test the free agent market. There are glaring needs at..." January 28
Pro Football Talk "On Sunday, the Browns’ 2013 campaign concludes without a playoff berth for the 11th consecutive season. However, those who believe Cleveland could soon have better days ahead can look to the Pro Bowl roster for reassurance. Five Browns are slated to play in Hawaii in January: left tackle Joe..." December 28
Cleveland Plain Dealer "Pro Bowl center Alex Mack wants to return to the Browns, and will give the team right of first refusal if he hits the free agent market. Asked if he'd give the Browns the chance to match or exceed any offer he receives in free agency, Mack said "Oh, absolutely.'' He also made it clear he..." December 26
Akron Beacon Journal "Browns center Alex Mack wouldn’t specify whether he’s open to letting his agent negotiate a contract extension during this season but he made it clear he doesn’t want any such business to distract him from football. “[Keeping] you guys from asking too many questions would be a good way to limit..." September 13