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Brad Biggs: Humble Khalil Mack introduces himself as excited Bears realize expectations have been ramped up

It's easy to imagine Bears fans, if given the same seat, having the same reaction as Sandy Mack Sr., the father of the team's newest and best pass rusher, Khalil Mack.

As his son humbly introduced himself to the city and the franchise's followers, just hours after putting his signature on a six-year, $141 million extension that guarantees him $90 million, Sandy Mack, wearing a gray Mack Trucks ballcap, sat in the corner of the Halas Hall media room next to his wife, Yolanda,

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