Chicago Bears pass-rusher Robert Quinn will not participate in the team’s minicamp this week. Reports indicate Quinn will be away from the team and work out on his own.
In April of 2020, Quinn signed a five-year, $70 million contract with Chicago. In his first season with the Bears, he underwhelmed the fan base by registering only 20 tackles and two sacks. But his second season on the lakefront was a completely different story for the veteran. Quinn recorded 49 tackles and 18.5 sacks — a single-season franchise record — in 16 games, all of which he started.
However, Robert Quinn signed his contract under the Chicago Bears’ old regime and his name has appeared in trade rumors all offseason. The Bears are currently undergoing a rebuild/retool and could now be more inclined to move the 32-year-old sooner rather than later.
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