Alex Mack told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that "there's no bad blood" between him and the Browns.
Mack denies reports that he wanted out of Cleveland and claims he was simply looking to maximize his free-agent value. The Browns matched Mack's five-year, $42 million offer sheet from Jacksonville on Friday, keeping him under contract for at least the next two seasons. Mack is currently the highest paid center in the league with an average annual salary of $8.4 million. He can opt out of his deal after the 2015 season.