20 Facts About Alex Mack


Javon Alexander Mack was born on November 19,1985 and is a former American football center.

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Alex Mack played college football for the University of California, Berkeley and was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the first round with the 21st overall of the 2009 NFL Draft.

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Alex Mack played for the Atlanta Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers.

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Alex Mack attended San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, where he was named the Channel League's Co-Most Valuable Player on defense and earned a first-team all-league selection.

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Alex Mack was a CIF champion as a junior and a senior.

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Alex Mack played for the California Golden Bears football team while attending the University of California, Berkeley.

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Alex Mack graduated in 2008 and played the 2008 season as a graduate student in education.

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Alex Mack won the Draddy Trophy, dubbed the "academic Heisman", for his academic success in 2008, becoming the first Cal player and the second consecutive center to earn the trophy, following Dallas Griffin of Texas.

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Alex Mack won the Morris Trophy in 2007 and 2008, making him the third offensive lineman and the first since Washington's Lincoln Kennedy in 1991 and 1992 to win the award twice.

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Alex Mack was drafted by the Cleveland Browns with the 21st overall selection.

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Alex Mack was the first Golden Bears offensive lineman selected in the first round since Tarik Glenn in 1997.

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Alex Mack started all 16 games, committed only 1 penalty and allowed just 1 sack.

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Alex Mack was named to the 2011 Pro Bowl roster as a second alternate to replace Nick Mangold.

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Alex Mack had an appendectomy during Cleveland's bye week and came back and started against the Oakland Raiders the week after the bye week.

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On December 27,2013, Alex Mack was voted to his first Pro Bowl Selection, after having been added in 2011 to replace an injured player.

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Alex Mack had been previously assigned the transition tag, nullifying his free agency unless a team signed Alex Mack to an offer sheet.

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On March 9,2016, Alex Mack signed a five-year, $45 million contract with the Atlanta Falcons, including $28.

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Alex Mack was the starting center in the game for the Falcons.

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Alex Mack missed Week 16 of the 2020 NFL season due to a concussion, ending a streak of 90 consecutive regular season starts.

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On March 18,2021, Alex Mack signed a three-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers.

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