Robert Quinn has signed with the Chicago Bears. The contract is for five years and 70 million dollars. With 30 million guaranteed. He’s a former 14th overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft 80.5 career sacks.
This is huge news for the Chicago Bears. With the signing of defensive end Robert Quinn, the Chicago Bears’ biggest strength just got even stronger. However, they did have to cut former first-round pick Leonard Floyd to do so, which is a little troubling.
And the rumor is that the Bears have gone all out in finding another quarterback to replace Mitch Trubisky. That’s two first-round picks in back to back years that Ryan Pace has made and then given up on. Not a good a sign at all for the Bears future under Pace. But let us try and stay optimistic because everybody makes mistakes. And he is at least trying to fix them instead of being stubborn and or too blind to see the real problems
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