Bears reportedly trading Khalil Mack to Chargers


by - Senior Editor -
Mack is being traded to the Chargers (Mike Dinovo - USA Today Sports)
Mack is being traded to the Chargers (Mike Dinovo - USA Today Sports)

New general manager Ryan Poles is making moves early in his career in Chi-Town.

The Chicago Bears are finalizing a deal to trade star linebacker Khalil Mack to the Chargers for a second rounder this year and a sixth-rounder next season according to multiple reports.

His contract runs through the 2024 season and this will open up around $6.15 million in cap space ($30.15 million salary for 2022) for more roster flexibility.

Mack had six sacks in seven games last season as he battled through various injuries.

In four years with the Bears, he has 36 sacks in 53 games.

Comment on this story
Print   
Send Feedback to Tony Crumpton: Email | Comment
Online petition started to induct Steve McMichael into Pro Football Hall of Fame
Online petition started to induct Steve McMichael into Pro Football Hall of Fame
Former Bears running back tears achilles during live-streamed workout
Former Bears running back tears achilles during live-streamed workout
Roster Move: Bears sign speedy receiver to 4-year deal
Roster Move: Bears sign speedy receiver to 4-year deal
Roster Moves: Bears sign veteran offensive tackle, waive punter
Roster Moves: Bears sign veteran offensive tackle, waive punter
Post your comments!
Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Features
Breaking
Daily Digest