Report: Teams Believe It Will Take 2 First-Round Picks For Raiders To Even Entertain Trading Khalil Mack

Khalil Mack isn’t on the trade block, but teams around the league are still calling general manager Reggie McKenzie with offers.

According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the Raiders have already received multiple offers for Mack including one proposal that involved a first-round pick and another high pick.

“What people around the league believe is that to even start the conversation, you’re talking about having to offer two first-round picks,” Pelissero said on Wednesday. “On top of that they’d need to give Khalil Mack a top of the market $20 million-plus per year contract. That is a big price.”

Earlier in the week, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport had essentially the same message on Mack: there’s nothing new on his contract and the Raiders have no interest in trading him.

But as long as progress isn’t being made and Mack remains away from the team, teams will continue to call the Raiders about his availability – and apparently make a few jokes about it in the process. This one is funny, actually…

So if you happen to be one of the teams hoping to land Mack in a trade, he unfortunately isn’t available – especially if you’re only offering a sack of marbles.

Sorry, Green Bay fans…

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2 thoughts on “Report: Teams Believe It Will Take 2 First-Round Picks For Raiders To Even Entertain Trading Khalil Mack

  1. You guys that write these Khalil articles are just a bunch of bored gossip queens with no solid news or information as to Khalil’s position or the Raiders. “If the Raiders were to …” “Khalil is …..” You have nothing to report so you just report your own conjecture because Raider fans want to know what’s up. You can just summarize all of the hundreds of Khalil Mack articles by just saying – we have heard nothing, we know nothing… end of story. Please stop this.

  2. 2 first round pick? No way! Teams got to pay at least what Al Davis offered to acquire Elway, 3 first round and a starter. And I consider that’s still a bargain.

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