The Los Angeles Rams unofficially completed a busy offseason on Friday by signing Aaron Donald to a six-year, $135 million deal, making him the highest-paid defensive player in National Football League history.
The Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears have reached an agreement to send All-Pro pass rusher Khalil Mack to the Bears, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Star defensive end Kahlil Mack was finally traded.
If there's one thing Pace has established in his brief time as Bears' GM it's he's not afraid to trade draft picks.
The Bears are reportedly set to begin negotiations on a long-term deal with Mack as early as Saturday, once the trade becomes official.
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Through his first four seasons, Mack has earned three Pro Bowl nods and two All-Pro selections. But aside from Trubisky, Mack represents greater value than anyone Chicago has nabbed with its first pick in many, many years.
A player of Mack's caliber fits on any roster, in nearly any scheme.
From the Browns perspective, names that were mentioned in conversations were linebackers Christian Kirksey and Jamie Collins as well as defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah per sources, but the players were told this week to "ignore the noise" and that they weren't "going anywhere".
The Bears will trim their roster down to 53 players by Saturday's 3 p.m. deadline.