Robert Quinn: An additional quarterback fighter for the Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles are very serious about their pursuit of a Super Bowl title, having acquired Chicago Bears quarterback Robert Quinn on Wednesday.

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In return, the formation of Pennsylvania gave up a fourth-round pick to that of Illinois, according to the NFL Network.

The Eagles thus add an important element to their already dominant defense, which has allowed only 105 points in six games, for an average of 17.5 points per game, the fourth best in the NFL at this level.

In 11 seasons, split with the Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Miami Dolphins and Dallas Cowboys, Quinn has surpassed the 10-sack mark five times. Among other things, he knocked down opposing pivots on the ground 18.5 times in 2021, although he is having a slow start to the season, with only one sack in seven games.


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