While the entire NFL kicks off the season, two the league’s best defenders, if not the two best, haven’t even put on the pads.
As Aaron Donald holds out for a new contract in LA, Khalil Mack of the Raiders is also holding out, and it’s costing him big time. How much you ay ask.
Mack failed to report to a single practice before the first Raiders preseason game on Friday. Per his contract, he’ll be fined a whopping $814,000, almost $200,000 more than Cowboys QB Dak Prescott’s entire salary.
Khalil Mack will be fined $814,000 for not reporting to camp before Oakland’s first preseason game.
Dak Prescott will earn $630,000 this season.
— Paul Hembekides (@PaulHembo) August 10, 2018