Cleveland Browns C Alex Mack said there is no bad blood between him and the team after the team placed the transition tag on him, and he signed an offer sheet with the Jacksonville Jaguars. ‘It’s been a long, hard road, but I’m here and I’m happy,’ Mack said. ‘I’m excited. I’m fired up. There’s no bad blood. Now that it’s done, I’m happy.’ Mack said he will report for the offseason workouts Monday, April 14.
Dallas Cowboys RB Joseph Randle was the team's primary backup this year, and there are people within the organization that believe he can be a 1,400-yard rusher as a lead back.