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Reports: Raiders agree to trade Khalil Mack to Bears

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Reports: Raiders agree to trade Khalil Mack to Bears

Update (12:30 p.m.): The Raiders have reportedly sent Khalil Mack, a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional 2020 fifth-round pick to the Bears for a 2019 first-round pick, 2020 first-round pick, and 2019 sixth-round pick, according to Adam Schefter.

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The Khalil Mack standoff is reportedly over. The Raiders agreed to trade the All-Pro outside linebacker to the Bears, according to multiple reports.

The Raiders will receive at least two first-round picks in exchange for Mack, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.

Mack missed the entire offseason program, training camp and the preseason while seeking a new deal. Mack is scheduled to make $13.84M in the final year of his rookie deal, but, according to Rapoport, the Bears and Mack are expected to finalize a new contract by the end of Saturday that could eclipse Aaron Donald's record-breaking deal.

Raiders have begun packing up Alameda facility for Las Vegas move

Raiders have begun packing up Alameda facility for Las Vegas move

We knew it was happening, but it’s really, truly happening.

The Raiders have begun the tedious process of packing up their facility in Alameda to begin the journey to their new digs in Las Vegas. 

The facility on Bay Farm Island in Alameda has been the team’s home since 1996, and has been closed since March 24 due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

[RELATED: Raiders begin UNLV turf installation]

The Raiders' new digs, Allegiant Stadium in Sin City, appears almost ready to go. With the outside lighting and official "Raiders Way" street signs installed in the nearby area, the relocation is becoming more of a reality.

Members of the team have also already shown face in Las Vegas. Quarterback Derek Carr posted a YouTube video at a local park along with Zay Jones, Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller.

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Raiders owner Mark Davis speaks out on George Floyd death, protests

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Raiders owner Mark Davis speaks out on George Floyd death, protests

Raiders owner Mark Davis expressed anger in a statement issued Sunday about the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and the on-going protests across America.

Davis said he understood of the resulting protests while also urging restraint from protesters.

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