Mack is focusing on preparation for Atlanta's 2020 season and is "taking it one year at a time" after the Falcons drafted Matt Hennessy in the third round of April's draft, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.

The 34-year-old isn't in danger of losing his starting spot at center any time in the near future, having earned Pro Bowl nods in four of the past five seasons while starting in all 80 of his team's regular-season games during that span. Mack is, however, entering his 13th NFL campaign, and the Falcons are making preparations for his eventual departure. Mack is discounting no option at this point, but a decision on his future with the organization will have to be made at season's end, as his five-year, $45 million deal is set to expire in March.

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