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Topic - Alex Mack
With starting quarterback Colt McCoy still shaken from the head shot heard `round the NFL, the Browns are getting ready for the NFL's nastiest _ and some insist dirtiest _ player.
Browns linebacker D'Qwell Jackson doesn't expect Pittsburgh's James Harrison to suddenly get soft _ or stop bending the rules.
Peyton Hillis is out of Sunday's game in Houston, and the way things are going for the Browns running back, it may not be long before he's out of Cleveland for good.
Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack returned to practice for the first time since undergoing an appendectomy and could play Sunday against Oakland (3-2).
Browns starting cornerback Joe Haden and center Alex Mack are not practicing again, increasing the likelihood one or both will miss Sunday's game in Oakland.
Alex Mack earns his living by pushing, shoving and wrestling angry 300-pound-plus men on Sundays. He's never missed a play in his NFL career.
Browns starting cornerback Joe Haden and center Alex Mack are not practicing and their status for Sunday's game in Oakland remains unclear.
On the first day back from their bye week, the Cleveland Browns suffered an injury that could have been so much worse.
The Cleveland Browns returned to practice after their bye week without top cornerback Joe Haden or center Alex Mack.
Browns return specialist Josh Cribbs is one of three Cleveland starters not practicing because of injuries.
Colt McCoy counts on ice to soothe his aches and pains, the hurt produced by some snarling 280-pound defensive end throwing him to the ground.
Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack underwent surgery to have his appendix removed, one day after he felt sick but played all 87 snaps in Cleveland's loss to Tennessee.
Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack will undergo surgery to have his appendix removed.
Browns Pro Bowl center Alex Mack underwent emergency surgery to have his appendix removed, one day after he felt sick but played all 87 snaps in Cleveland's loss to Tennessee.
Ben Roethlisberger and Andre Johnson are uncertainties for next week's games after sustaining injuries Sunday.
"I mean, he's getting fined," Mack said.
Mack agreed there's only one sure way for the Browns to even the score with Harrison.