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Browns tag Mack as transition player; No franchise tag for Ward

Alex Mack (file photo)

The Cleveland Browns are one of the few NFL teams who rarely uses the transition tag on a player.

They’ve applied it only once in the 20-year existence of the tag and that was yesterday.

The special player is All-Pro center Alex Mack for the 2014 season.

The move means that Browns have five days to match any offer for him.

If he stays in Cleveland and plays under the transition tag, Mack would receive a guaranteed $10.039 million this season which is the average salary of the top 10 offensive lineman in the National Football League. Any team that signs him will not owe Cleveland any compensation.

The team also announced on Monday that it will not put the franchise tag on Pro Bowl safety T.J. Ward. It is expected that he will test the free agent market.

NFC wins wild Pro Bowl against the AFC, 55-41

DeAngelo Hall (file photo)

Game MVP DeAngelo Hall picked off one of the NFC’s five interceptions and returned a fumble 34 yards for a touchdown to help match a Pro Bowl scoring record with a 55-41 win over a sloppy AFC team.

The NFC rolled up a 42-0 first half lead.

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack scored the final touchdown on a 67-yard pass play that featured two laterals with 16 seconds left.

Carolina’s Jon Beason returned the fifth interception thrown by the AFC, and second by Matt Cassel, 59 yards for the NFC’s final touchdown to match the single-team scoring record set in the NFC’s 55-52 win in 2004.

compiled from NFL news

Browns’ Mack going to Pro Bowl

Alex Mack (file photo)

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack is going to the Pro Bowl as a replacement for New York Jets center Nick Mangold, who was injured in the AFC championship game loss to Pittsburgh.

Mack will be representing Cleveland offensive tackle Joe Thomas, who was named to his fourth straight Pro Bowl.

Mack was selected in the first round in 2009 by Cleveland.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Browns news