Alex Mack
OL #55
Santa Barbara, Calif

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TOTAL 85 85
2014 CLE 5 5
2013 CLE 16 16
2012 CLE 16 16
2011 CLE 16 16
2010 CLE 16 16
2009 CLE 16 16
Recent Games
1 @PIT L 27-30
2 NO W 26-24
3 BAL L 21-23
5 @TEN W 29-28
6 PIT W 31-10

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Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round (21st overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

Career Transactions: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round (21st overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft.

Pro Bowl Selections: 1 (2010).

Seasonal Reviews:

2011: Started all 16 games at center and did not miss an offensive snap, despite undergoing an appendectomy on October 3… Part of an offensive line that led the way for 100-yard rushing performances by Chris Ogbonnaya (115 yards vs. Jacksonville 11/20) and Peyton Hillis (112 yards at Baltimore 12/24).

2010: Was a member of the AFC Pro Bowl squad where he scored the game’s final touchdown on 40-yard run off a lateral… He became the sixth Browns center to earn a Pro Bowl nod and the first since Tom DeLeone in 1981… Voted the center on Sports Illustrated’s All-Pro team…Started all 16 games at center and did not miss an offensive snap for the second consecutive season… Part of an offensive line that paved the way for five individual 100-yard rushing performances and a running game that averaged 4.0 yards per rush attempt… Behind the line, Peyton Hillis rushed for 1,177 yards and 11 rushing touchdowns, tied for the fourth-highest total in the AFC and sixth in the NFL… In addition, the line allowed either none or only one sack seven times over the course of the season.

2009: Started all 16 games at center and did not miss an offensive snap… Was one of four rookie offensive linemen to start all 16 games in the NFL in 2009, a list which also included Buffalo’s Andy Levitre (LG), Seattle’s Max Unger (13 at RG, 3 at C) and Baltimore’s Michael Oher (12 at RT, 4 at LT)… Became just the fifth NFL rookie to start all 16 games at center since 1998, joining Damien Woody (New England, 1999), Alex Stepanovich (Arizona, 2004), Nick Mangold (Jets, 2006) and Samson Satele (Miami, 2007)… Key part of a running game that averaged 4.2 yards per carry and 130.4 rushing yards per game, including an individual club-record 286 yards rushing by Jerome Harrison at Kansas City (12/20)… Part of a line that allowed just 30 sacks on the year, including only seven over the final seven contests… Was named to the Pro Football Weekly/Professional Football Writers of America All-Rookie team… Selected to USA Today’s All-Joe team… Helped the team record four consecutive contests with more than 160 yards rushing, becoming the first Browns team to do so since 1968… Also a key blocker during kickoff returns, helping the Browns to an NFL-best average starting position of 31.4.

College: Attended the University of California (2005-08) and was awarded the Draddy Trophy as a senior, given to college football’s top scholar-athlete… Two-time Rimington Trophy finalist, given to the nation’s top center… Two-time All-American… Named the Pac-10 Conference’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2008… Four-time league academic honor roll honoree… Member of ESPN’s All-Bowl Team in 2006 and 2008… Did not allow any quarterback sacks or pressures on 397 pass plays in 2008… Penalized just twice on a total of 832 snaps as a senior… Finalist for the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award, given for academic and athletic accomplishment… Was the 2008 winner of the Schlessinger Coaches Award, which recognizes outstanding athletic ability, academic success and community service at Cal… Became the third player in Pac-10 Conference annals to receive the Morris Trophy in consecutive seasons… Led a line that allowed just 11 sacks in 2007, the third-lowest figure in the country that year… Redshirted as a freshman… Earned a degree in legal studies, spent his senior season as a graduate student and is working towards his master’s degree.

Personal: Attended San Marcos (Santa Barbara, Calif.) High School… Played on both the offensive and defensive lines during his time in high school… Named the Channel League’s co-Most Valuable Player on defense and a first team all-league selection… Two-time All-CIF choice and a three-time all-county and all-league member… Named to Prep Star’s All-West team as a senior, helping his team rush for 2,031 yards in 2003... Added four letters in wrestling, advancing to the state wrestling tournament as a CIF heavyweight champion and compiled a 28-2 record on the mat as a senior, when he ranked second in the state… Active in the Cleveland community, volunteering for several “Shop with a Pro” and other military themed events… Father, Steve, played basketball at Baldwin-Wallace (Berea, Ohio) College from 1966-69… Enjoys traveling and has been to Bali, England, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand and Turkey… Embarked on a weeklong visit to U.S. troops at military bases throughout Southwest Asia in the annual renewal of the NFL-USO program during the 2011 offseason.