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. Of course, the good news for the Raiders is that it looks like the shock of the Mack trade is already wearing off for Irvin.
National Football League insider Ian Rapoport reported the news on Saturday afternoon, confirming that the Bears had been given permission to begin negotiating a deal with Mack on Friday while the finer points of the trade were finalised by the two teams.
Nevertheless, NBC Sports' Mike Florio, among others, say a trade for Mack is still a possibility - albeit not reporting or predicting that a trade might happen (what does that actually mean?).
"For me, it's been disappointing", Gruden said during training camp in Napa.
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Or you end up with a player like Kevin White.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie drafted Mack in the first round (fifth overall) in 2014.
Chicago will negotiate a long-term deal with Mack that is expected to trump the contract Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald just received (six year extension for $135 million). In 2016, Mack was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
"This is the sucky part of this business".