Raiders have 'no interest' in trading Khalil Mack

Raiders have 'no interest' in trading Khalil Mack

Raiders have 'no interest' in trading Khalil Mack

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter a handshake agreement is in place between the Chicago Bears and Oakland Raiders over preseason holdout Khalil Mack. He's racked up 36.5 sacks the past three years and is clearly one of the elite players in this league.

Chicago is sending two first-round picks to the Raiders in a package that may involve even more assets, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Also passing along the consistent company line is The Athletic's Vic Tafur, who has remained adamant for months that the Raiders are not going to trade Mack. 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.

The first defining moment of Jon Gruden's second go-around with the Raiders has arrrived. This offseason, Oakland exercised their right to pick up Mack's fifth year option at an annual salary of $13.846 million.

Khalil Mack reportedly is on the move. "We didn't have an interception, I think, all year".

The team is desperate for more pass-rushing talent, and Mack would be the best possible upgrade.

Mack has been holding out the entire training training camp as both sides have stalled in their attempts for a long-term contract.

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