Dorsey did not want to part with multiple first-round picks in addition to a core piece of the defense.
The Khalil Mack saga has wound its way to a close with the Chicago Bears stepping up to make the offer that made the Oakland Raiders ship out their best player. NFL Media had reported the Raiders were seeking two first-round picks for Mack to even have a "conversation" about a trade for the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year. The believed price for the Bears is two first-round picks being sent back to Oakland.
Why are the Raiders trading Mack?
And with the news that Aaron Donald has now set a new benchmark for richest contract in National Football League history for a defender (details here), many have wondered if Oakland would be even more motivated to try and move Mack in a trade. "The spotlight is very clearly on Jon Gruden", Rapoport said.
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He finished last season with 10.5 sacks. I don't know if we intercepted a pass until Week 14.
Neither team has confirmed the trade as official.
The team is desperate for more pass-rushing talent, and Mack would be the best possible upgrade.
According to Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Raiders position on Khalil Mack hasn't changed in the wake of Aaron Donald's massive contract extension.