Profootballtalk.com reports free agent C Alex Mack is "very close" to signing with the Falcons.
WSB Atlanta's Zach Klein reports free agent C Alex Mack is "giving serious consideration" to joining the Falcons.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's D. Orlando Ledbetter speculates it could take $50 million on a four- or five-year deal to lure free agent C Alex Mack to the Falcons.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports the Falcons are "very much interested" in free agent C Alex Mack.
Coach Hue Jackson said he wants the Browns to re-sign free agent C Alex Mack.
According to Alex Mack's agent, Tim Younger, "returning to the Browns certainly remains on the table."
Browns C Alex Mack exercised his opt-out clause, voiding the final three years of his contract, and is now a free agent.
The Browns are working to restructure Alex Mack's contract ahead of the March 4 opt-out deadline.
Sources tell NFL.com's Ian Rapoport that Browns C Alex Mack is expected to opt out of his contract, but that a new deal with the Browns is a "real possibility."
According to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, Browns C Alex Mack hasn't decided if he'll opt out of his contract yet and will "weigh his options" sometime after the Super Bowl.
Browns C Alex Mack hinted the opportunity to win will play a "really important" role in his decision whether or not to opt out of his contract this offseason.
Browns C Alex Mack said he will not waive his no-trade clause if Cleveland attempts to deal him before Tuesday's trade deadline.
Browns C Alex Mack declined to say if he'll void his contract after the season.
The Browns are holding C Alex Mack (leg) out of team drills in OTAs.