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

Sep 05, 2018, 04:41
'It's just outrageous' - Greg Papa reacts to the Khalil Mack trade

It's one of those sucky things that happened. It's one of those situations, it sucks we lost our friend, we lost our brother but you know we have games to win. "I've got to see him out there on the field".

On Monday night, the Oakland Raiders will kick off their 2018 regular season at home against the Los Angeles Rams, and they released a depth chart leading into that game on Tuesday.

The Cowboys received five players and a haul that included three first-round picks (two conditional), turning their draft capital into Hall of Fame running back Emmitt Smith, three-time All-Pro safety Darren Woodson, Pro Bowl defensive tackle Russell Maryland and star cornerback Kevin Smith.

That left little room for Mack under the salary cap, even though Carr specifically said he structured his contract in order to make it easier for the team to keep Mack. "He can expect that".

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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.

Mack signed a six-year, $141 million extension with the Bears that guarantees $90 million.

"I'm anxious to hear this one, Jon Gruden and Khalil Mack talking about the trade", McDonough said during LSU's victory over Miami on Sunday, according to Pro Football Talk, before Gruden held a news conference. When did the Bears call the Raiders? You just hope it can work out. And I'll just say what (Reggie) said - I read what he said yesterday - it's a decision that we all came to. "Honestly, it hurts because we did, we tried, and we were always open".

"We have a lot of holes, and we have to do what we can to fill them", he adds.

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"I don't believe we were anywhere close to where the Bears were". Whereas now, I've got a job to do. "We've got to have a good, solid plan with that balance of not doing too much, but pushing him to where we get him ready".

Carr said his initial displeasure over the trade has subsided but admitted that it's still been a hard time for himself and his teammates.

OLT Charles Leno says he'll get better by trying to block Mack in practice because he possesses all the tools of an impact pass rusher.

"And I think that's the mark of Mr. McKenzie and Coach Gruden bringing in the right kind of people. handle it like men". We've evaluated everybody. He's real close ...

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