The Bears Are Eyeing Robert Quinn

In the latest NFL News, the Chicago Bears are eyeing Robert Quinn, the Pro Bowl pass Rusher ahead of the NFL trade deadline. This is after deciding not to sell him this offseason. There is still some time to finalize all of the details as the trade deadline will not be until November 1, at 4:00 PM.

Quinn, 32, signed a five-year, $70 million contract with the organization back in 2020 and is currently in the middle of his third season in Chicago. He recorded a career-high 18.5 sacks in 2021 and was chosen for his third Pro Bowl. Quinn is not exactly performing as well this season, though, as he has only recorded one sack in the first six games. While many who see his name in wagers in their sportsbook pay per head operations, its not exactly on the top of the priorities of high-profile players in the league.

The Bears Are Eyeing Robert QuinnWhere Will Robert Quinn Go?

The Bears shouldn’t have any trouble finding teams across the league that are eager to acquire Quinn. The Giants, who are tied for 19th in the NFL in sacks, might be one of those who could potentially get him. You will probably see lines on wagers on where he will end up in your pay per head sportsbook soon.

Quinn, who was selected with the 14th overall pick in the NFL Draft back in 2011, played his first seven seasons for the Rams. Quinn was with the Rams when he was chosen for two Pro Bowls, plus an All-Pro in 2013. Before agreeing to a long-term contract with the Bears, Quinn played one season in each of Miami and Dallas. He is one of just six active players with more than 100 career sacks.



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By Dominic