Robert Quinn expected to miss skip of mandatory camp


Some folks like Dalton Schultz of the Dallas Cowboys and Jordan Poyer of the Buffalo Bills reported for duty at their teams’ mandatory minicamps on Tuesday. Others like Washington Commanders star wide receiver Terry McLaurin are deciding to sit out, at least to start, due to contract disputes.

McLaurin has company in Chicago Bears three-time Pro Bowler Robert Quinn.

According to, Quinn “has not shied away from acknowledging his time in Chicago might be finished.”

“Just a couple of weeks before his 32nd birthday, Quinn told reporters he hoped his resume ‘gives me a little weight to keep my foot in the building’ before admitting ‘it’s a business,'” the report read.

In late April, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that the Bears weren’t shopping the pass rusher, but “teams are sniffing around on him for a possible trade.” Quinn made his third Pro Bowl (first since 2014) and was named Second-Team All-Pro in 2021 after recording 49 tackles, 22 quarterback hits and 18.5 sacks.


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