3 Chicago Bears trade packages for DL Robert Quinn

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The Chicago Bears are a very interesting team right now. They might be pretty bad in 2022 as it seems like they are rebuilding. They have let some key pieces go this offseason and their defense figures to be considerably worse.

One player to consider adding to the list of players that depart is Robert Quinn. If they lost him in the same offseason as Akiem Hicks and Khalil Mack, their defense would really take a hit but it might be worth it in the long term.

Chicago’s mandatory minicamp is underway and Quinn is absent from it. He is not expected to be participating at all as he is training on his own away from the facility. These are three trade packages to consider if he doesn’t want to be with them anymore: 

The Chicago Bears could look to get themselves an offensive lineman for Quinn.

The Chicago Bears might have a worse defensive line in 2022 than the offensive line but that doesn’t mean that both don’t still need upgrading. As of right now, because of how important developing Justin Fields is, the offensive line might be slightly more important at this time.

As a result, the Bears could try to use Robert Quinn to get them what they need in that area. Someone to consider is Dalton Risner of the Denver Broncos. He is a good lineman that was a bit off last year. With Russell Wilson coming to town, Denver is going to be really careful about who they use.

Dalton Risner is a free agent next year and he might not fit what the Broncos are doing. Quinn, however, would make their defense even better. If they are looking to move on from their 26-year-old lineman, it is a worthy ask for the Chicago Bears.