Khalil Mack Will Not Be Traded

Ruben Holloway
September 1, 2018

Pittsburgh could have packaged two first-round picks and linebacker Bud Dupree for Mack and matched something similar to what is being reported about the trade.

The Oakland Raiders have an agreement in place to trade defensive lineman Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears, according to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The All-Pro edge rusher has been holding out during the preseason in hopes of landing a lucrative contract extension with the Oakland Raiders.

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"Reggie McKenzie has had multiple offers to him - a first-round pick and another high pick", Pelissero explained. He notched 79 total pressures on his own, which is nearly as many as the entire Bears stable of edge rushers managed as a unit last season.

Mack has averaged 12 sacks over his last three seasons with the Raiders.

So, should Green Bay have made the move?

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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. Mack is a game-changing player, who would have been an instant upgrade for the Packers' defense.

Since the Bears only have one first-round pick in 2019, this likely means they just traded away their top pick in both 2019 and 2020. He'll play his prime years of it in Chicago.

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