Raiders , Bears agree to Khalil Mack trade

Raiders , Bears agree to Khalil Mack trade

Raiders , Bears agree to Khalil Mack trade

The Raiders were reportedly looking to land at least two future first-round picks in exchange for the 2016 Defensive Player of the Year and that appears to be exactly what they'll be getting in return.

But knowing what we know now, did the Steelers miss out on an opportunity to add a truly elite defensive player? As a result talks broke down, Khalil staged a work stoppage, and other teams started inquiring about his services.

He finished last season with 10.5 sacks. He is under contract to be paid almost $14 million this season but wants to be paid like one of the top defensive players in the league, which he is.

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Although he is undoubtedly going to be the highest-paid defensive player in National Football League history, and Chicago gave up a plethora of trade capital, his services are more than worth it. He'll play his prime years of it in Chicago. Green Bay has two first-round picks in the 2019 draft and millions in cap space in future years. Instead, they made a decision to move on and let the Chicago Bears hand him a new contract.

Mack will form a nice pass-rushing duo with Leonard Floyd, with Pro Bowler Akiem Hicks and rising star Eddie Goldman clogging up the middle. With Gruden open to dealing Mack, there was no way Davis was going to veto him after giving him $100 million to coach the team.

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