Star edge defender Khalil Mack is on the move again.
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Mack, 31, spent four years with the Bears after being acquired in a blockbuster trade with the Oakland Raiders. He recorded 36 sacks during his time in Chicago but missed the final 10 games of last season due to a foot injury that required surgery.
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said at the combine last week that the team planned to take advantage of Justin Herbert being on a rookie contract. In a matter of days they've been able to finalize a long-term deal with Mike Williams and a trade for Mack.
Khalil Mack: PFF grade and rank since 2014
|2014||LV||1,002||86.9||3rd of 110|
|2015||LV||1,002||91.8||2nd of 115|
|2016||LV||1,023||92.5||1st of 121|
|2017||LV||930||90.1||7th of 121|
|2018||CHI||818||90.8||2nd of 112|
|2019||CHI||925||86.2||T-12th of 118|
|2020||CHI||963||92.5||1st of 121|
|2021||CHI||315||73.0||30th of 118|
Mack will now pair up with Joey Bosa, giving Los Angeles one of the NFL's most ferocious pairs of pass rushers. Chargers head coach Brandon Staley was Mack's linebackers coach in Chicago in 2018.
The deal will become official next Wednesday at 4 p.m. EST when the new league year begins.