'It's just outrageous' - Greg Papa reacts to the Khalil Mack trade

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JT's Labor Day weekend was ruined by the shocking news that the Raiders had traded defensive superstar Khalil Mack to the Chicago Bears in exchange for two first round picks. "He's one of my best friends". He and the Raiders were in the middle of a contract standoff that appeared to have no end in sight unless Oakland was willing to give the pass-rusher the hefty contract he desired. "It's one of those sucky things that happen". Once we showed up and got to work, Coach addressed it with the team, said what he said, invited anyone who needed to talk to him, open door. "It wasn't my goal to trade Khalil when we got here", he confessed.

"I feel like we did change the dynamic of how things are done, from the people in the locker room, I believe that 100 percent, we changed that", Carr explained. "We were at a standoff and something had to happen, and here we are".

Ryan Pace has done an incredible job with this franchise over the offseason.

Just five days before the start of the regular National Football League season, linebacker Khalil Mack agreed to a six-year, $141 million, $90 million guaranteed contract with the Chicago Bears.

While Gruden claims he had nothing to do with the negotiations between Mack and the team, he later shed light on the failure to keep the star and it sounds like he was right in the middle of it.

Gutekunst made his mark early, signing marquee free agents such as Jimmy Graham and Muhammad Wilkerson. We all did our best to make sure it could, but it didn't work out. "We all will miss him, but we will all move on".

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At first, it was 21 spots in the 2014 NFL Draft that separated them - now it's north of 2,100 miles.

"It's tough", Gruden said.

The Buccaneers were the only team of the eight acquiring that top talent to win a Super Bowl with that player. One of the reasons I'm here is because of him.

Donald, another preseason no-show, came to terms on a six-year, $135 million contract with the Rams. The Bears made us an offer of two first-round draft picks and here we are today.

It's safe to say Nagy will diverge from his mentor in certain ways, but it's hard to know where and how. He was under contract.

If any new rookie is going to get a lot of playing time, it's going to be Alexander, whose size and speed make him a natural fit to play as the team's slot nickel corner. Just about every time the Bears came up on the schedule in recent seasons, Bennett would get questions about the rivalry and what it was like to play on both sides.

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