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Alex Mack makes great changes to his Twitter bio

Jordan Cameron received a lot of attention for altering his Twitter bio in light of Jimmy Graham losing his franchise tag grievance.

Graham was arguing that he should be paid like a wide receiver instead of tight end when it came to the franchise tag, but the league and Saints felt otherwise. The Saints and NFL reportedly used Graham’s Twitter bio, in which he calls himself a tight end, against him. Cameron didn’t want the same thing to happen to him, so he made a change.

Cameron’s teammate Alex Mack, a center, put everyone to shame with his changes.

Alex Mack Twitter

Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner.

Of course, Mack signed a 5-year, $42 million contract this offseason, so he doesn’t have to really worry about that franchise tag game. But if I were him, I would start calling myself a left tackle.

Browns’ Alex Mack Says Chiefs’ Shaun Smith Grabbed His Junk

We all know dirty play is commonplace in the NFL.  Players try to get any little advantage they can by throwing cheap shots during plays and after the whistle.  Most of the shots go unnoticed by the official, so we never hear about it.  However, I must admit I didn’t know things got that dirty.

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack told the Cleveland Plain Dealer, via Pro Football Talk, that Chiefs’ defensive lineman Shaun Smith grabbed his genitals during a play near the end of the first half of Sunday’s game.  The refs apparently missed it, but they flagged a fired-up Mack for unnecessary roughness shortly thereafter.  The penalty on Mack led to a missed field goal and the Browns went on to lose by two points.

“I don’t think he should be able to do that,” Mack said of the alleged dirty play.  “I’m still fired up about it.”

I’m not sure what’s worse — grabbing a guy’s balls during a play or gouging at someone’s eyes while they’re down.

Smith, on the other hand, responded to the accusation exactly the way you might expect.  “I don’t have no comment,” he said. “I don’t recall doing anything like that. I’m not known for being a dirty player or anything like that, so I don’t know what that was all about.”

Now, children.  Let’s try to play nice and keep your little boys out of it.