The team averaged 146.4 rushing yards with him, 90.5 without him, per the website.
“We’re making some pretty steady progress, doing what we need to do to get out there for training camp,” Mack said. “But it’s more important that I’m out there for game day. Those two feelings have to balance out. It just takes time, having patience. Two weeks after the surgery, I wanted to be up and running around. I’m not 18 anymore.”
Mack's season ended early after breaking his leg in a game against the Steelers last October. After initially hoping that Mack could return after eight to 10 weeks, the Browns were forced to put Mack on season-ending injured reserve after surgery.
Until this year, Mack never missed a start in five seasons. Due to his broken leg, Mack sat out 11 games in 2014.
Mack suffered a broken leg in October that required surgery, but the injury shouldn't affect his preparation for the 2015 season. He's entering the second year of a five-year, $42-million contract.
The faint hopes that
Mack broke his leg in Cleveland's victory Sunday over Pittsburgh. He had never missed a snap in an NFL game.
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