The stalemate between the Oakland Raiders and star defensive end Khalil Mack appears to be over.

Reports surfaced Saturday morning that the Raiders will indeed trade their star defensive player to the Chicago Bears

ESPN’s Adam Schefter broke the news first.

NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport adds that the Raiders gave the Bears permission to start negotiating a new deal with the defensive standout last night, which the Bears will want to get done before any deal is made official.

Rapoport added to his report shortly after, stating the Raiders are getting two first-round draft picks in return from the bears.

Update: ESPN’s Adam Schefter has a final breakdown of the compensation going both ways. Raiders also send a 2020 second-round pick and a conditional fifth-round pick.

This all comes after the Los Angeles Rams signed their defensive standout Aaron Donald to a record six-year deal worth $135 million with $87 million guaranteed.

Raiders head coach Jon Gruden clearly doesn’t want to put all the Raiders money in one basket (or two, since quarterback Derek Carr is getting over $20 million as well).

Mack is been named to the Pro Bowl three times since being drafted by the Raiders fifth-overall in 2014. He is also a two-time All Pro, including in 2015 when he was named All-Pro at both linebacker and defensive end. He also won the 2016 Defensive Player of the Year award.

Stay tuned for more as this situation develops.