Packs President and CEO Mark Murphy says his team's efforts to trade for Khalil Mac a year ago were mainly thwarted by the perpetrators' perception that bears would have a higher option for the first round.
Murphy told 105.7 The Fan that Packers made a big offer to Raiders for Mack, but Raiders thought the Bears would have a worse team.
"Well all Khalil Mack something. It's not that we have not tried, "Murphy said. – We were aggressive. We wanted to sign it. I think ironically, the attackers took the Bears' offer because they thought they would be a better choice. while the attackers received the 24th selection of bears. But Murphy thinks he could have done the best, noting that if Packers combined the huge deal Mac had wanted with the huge deal they gave to Aaron Rogers, there would be no room for the remaining 51
"I do not know if it is good to have the highest-paid striker in the league and the highest-paid defender in the league," Murphy said. "Is this a good way to build a team?"
It remains to be seen whether the packers have found a good way to build a team, as last year's results were not good.