Khalil Mack's holdout will continue into the regular season

REPORT Raiders could be open to trading DE Khalil Mack

REPORT Raiders could be open to trading DE Khalil Mack

Mack, the 2016 Defensive Player of the Year, is seeking a new contract that would reportedly make him one of the NFL's highest-paid defensive players. Robinson also added that there hasn't been "meaningful talks between the two sides in months". Even the particulars themselves - the quarterback-smothering defensive end, his agent and Raiders brass (coach Jon Gruden, general manager Reggie McKenzie, owner Mark Davis) - could not say with any certainty how and when this holdout is resolved.

The Raiders have not ruled out trading Khalil Mack. Sources said Davis has the necessary financial liquidity to put Mack's fully guaranteed funds into escrow, per the league's collective-bargaining agreement.

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Mack is in the final year of his rookie contract, so the Raiders would likely need to be blown away by a trade offer. Sources have said the two sides have failed to come to a deal because they are approaching it from fundamentally different leverage points, not because either is waiting to see what a new Donald contract will look like.

Jets fans praying for a long-shot deal for the disgruntled Raiders star got a little boost Sunday, with a report that Oakland is open to moving its superstar pass-rusher. He was originally selected by Oakland with the fifth pick in the 2014 draft.

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