Edge Robert Quinn Expects To Be with the Bears

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Some people were puzzled by Robert Quinn's choice to forgo the mandated minicamp.

Following his absence, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic cut him from a projected 53-man roster.

It's difficult to be certain that he will be on this roster when the season begins, Fishbain wrote.

Perhaps Quinn's difficulties with the team have been resolved, or he realises that a public campaign to leave won't increase his trade worth.

Quinn, who just finished a Pro Bowl season with 18.5 sacks, may still help a playoff contender who needs a pass-rusher.

Both the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams, for whom he formerly played, would probably be happy to have him back.

Randy Gregory was traded from Dallas to the Denver Broncos, and Von Miller signed with the Buffalo Bills in free agency.

Quinn may be acquired by the Cowboys for $22.5 million, as opposed to the Rams who only have $7.8 million in cap space.

Quinn will currently play a significant role as a starter in Chicago's rebuild. 

He has three years remaining on his deal, and he is owed $17.1 million through the year 2022.

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