Multiple reports indicate the Chargers have acquired Mack from the Bears on Thursday afternoon with Los Angeles sending two draft picks to Chicago in return.

Mack, 31, has been with the Bears for the past four seasons and has been a consistent pass-rushing force for them. He racked up 36 sacks in 53 games in Chicago and was named an AP All-Pro first-teamer during his first season with the team in 2018.

This marks the second time Mack has been traded during his career. He was first traded by the Raiders to the Bears in 2018. Mack, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, was named an AP All-Pro first-teamer twice during his four seasons in Oakland. He also won the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year award in 2016.

What did the Chargers give up to get the veteran? Here’s a look at the details of the Mack trade.

Khalil Mack trade details
Chargers receive:

DE Khalil Mack
Bears receive:

2022 second-round pick
2023 sixth-round pick

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