Jags, restricted FA Alex Mack meet; cap space puts Jax in play for center
The Jagshost restricted free-agent center Alex Mack. Though the Browns pledge to match any offer Mack gets, the Jags -- replete with salary cap space -- could make an offer difficult for Cleveland to match.
The Jacksonville Jaguars hosted restricted free agent center Alex Mack for a visit this weekend, according to a league source.
Mack, an elite center, has not received an offer sheet "yet" according to the source, but one could come together. The Browns are intent on matching any offer but the Jags have tremendous cap space and ample cash available to put together an offer that might be hard to match.
Mack would like to leave Cleveland, according to numerous sources. His agent, Marvin Demoff, is very creative and is confident he could structure a deal in a way the Browns might have difficulty matching.
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