Trevor Siemian #13 of the Denver Broncos speaks with Khalil Mack #52 of the Oakland Raiders after the Oakland Raiders defeat of the Denver Broncos 21-14 in their National Football League game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on November 26, 2017 in Oakland, California. Donald signed a six-year extension worth $135 million on Friday in a deal that included $87 million in guaranteed money. It is not good news for the last defensive player who was on the bubble of making the Bears' roster. Elite defensive players in their prime are rare so when we knew we had a legit shot to acquire him, we did everything we thought necessary to get him.
Last week, Pro Bowl offensive tackle Donald Penn said Mack "deserves everything he's going to get, when he's going to get it".
This is a critical move for the Denver Broncos, make no mistake about it. Rapoport reported that the Bears are negotiating a deal with Mack.
According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, one team executive got the sense that the Raiders GM did not want to trade Mack away. The Bears finally have the star-caliber player they've been missing on defense. He's one of the premier defenders in the NFL.
"We'll get to see where he's at mentally here after (Sunday night), and then physically we'll have a practice tomorrow and physically get an idea, and then we'll just kind of have to listen to his feedback where he's at", Nagy said.
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Oakland hosts the Rams on 10 September. The bears upgraded a sixth round pick to a fifth round pick, and while that shouldn't be overlooked as a sneaky positive for Ryan Pace, let's look at the meat of the trade.
What about the way Gruden handled Mack's holdout is going to keep players from trying his hand in the future? No longer are they just an intriguing team building around quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
This is one of the worst moves the Raiders could have made. They also drafted a potential cornerstone player, linebacker Roquan Smith with the No. 8 overall pick.
Sure head coach Jon Gruden has the security of a 10-year contract, but S.I. points out that players like Mack often don't fall in a team's lap every decade.
It's a deal that clearly signifies that the Bears are in go-for-it mode.