Quinten Rollins trying out for Bears

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Quinten Rollins has not played a game since 2017. He was with two teams last season but couldn’t stick with either the Packers or the Cardinals for long.

He is getting another chance with the Bears.

Rollins, 26, is trying out with Chicago’s rookies during their minicamp, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Quarterback Peter Pujals, quarterback Austin Allen, offensive guard Jordan McCray, defensive lineman Will Clarke and receiver Jonah Trinnaman also are rookie minicamp invitees working for a contract.

Rollins appeared in 33 games with 15 starts with the Packers after they made him a second-round choice in 2015.

He has 85 tackles in his career with three interceptions and 16 pass breakups.

18 responses to “Quinten Rollins trying out for Bears

  1. A clown and 2 pigeons could start at safety and a potato at nose tackle would be an upgrade for the packers. I could work out for a few hours and start at middle LB in green bay! Plus i am already a chiseled athlete, which doesn’t hurt!

  2. He and Ha-Ha didn’t make it with the Packers. They’re probably an upgrade for the Bears right now.

  3. The shocking part isn’t that Rollins is trying out for the Bears, it’s that the Vikings didn’t sign him given their propensity for signing Packer cast offs.

  4. 49fromwi says:

    He and Ha-Ha didn’t make it with the Packers. They’re probably an upgrade for the Bears right now.
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    Odd that you would say that.

    Didn’t the Packers just overpay a Bear FA safety that the Bears didn’t bother resigning? Didn’t they give Amos a $14 mil signing bonus.

    Yup, they did.

  5. Adrian Amos: A. “Amos is an immediate upgrade—an outstanding tackler and plus run defender, he can also cover the deep third when asked. This move probably doesn’t preclude the Pack from taking another safety early in the draft, but it’s a great start to revamping a secondary in desperate need–and given the current safety market, this is a relative steal.”

    Combined with the stake and overrated and predictable Viking defense, the Packers have definitely made the most and best off-season improvements in the division. Rodgers has been and is still the biggest difference maker.

  6. The funny thing is they wouldn’t have won the division or gone to the Nfc championship game if they didn’t hurt Rodgers. How did that home Superbowl work out for them…oh..thats right they got crushed in philly in Nfc championship game!! Then they ditch Keenum,who played well in their system and over paid for an average Curt’s cousin. Can’t wait for Curt to crap the bed again this year. I see 6-10 for the barneys.

  7. minnytrollpolis says:
    May 5, 2019 at 4:13 pm
    The funny thing is they wouldn’t have won the division or gone to the Nfc championship game if they didn’t hurt Rodgers. How did that home Superbowl work out for them…oh..thats right they got crushed in philly in Nfc championship game!! Then they ditch Keenum,who played well in their system and over paid for an average Curt’s cousin. Can’t wait for Curt to crap the bed again this year. I see 6-10 for the barneys

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    Thanks for your input. And what other screen names are you known as?

  8. Was wondering why so many Cheeseheads were over on the Vikes site so I came over here and now know why. Not much news to speak of in Packer Land on this site.

  9. I wish him luck, but he was a step slow even before he tore his Achilles. He won’t make the Bears roster.

  10. notice how this has absolutely nothing to do with the vikings, and yet..

    you did take Rollins with the 62nd pick and we got Danielle Hunter with the 88th pick, so thank you.

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