Browns' Mack doesn't miss a game after appendectomy

Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack is active for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, keeping his consecutive games played streak alive.

Mack's status was in doubt leading up to the game after the All-Pro underwent an appendectomy Oct. 3. Mack has not missed a game in three seasons for the Browns.

Offensive tackle Tony Pashos (ankle) will play, while cornerback Joe Haden (knee) is inactive.

Raiders safety Michael Huff and linebacker Rolando McClain will play despite ankle injuries. Fullback Marcel Reece, who has one touchdown this year, is out with an ankle injury.

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