Inside the Robert Quinn deal

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One of the various Cowboys who left the team this week was pass rusher Robert Quinn. And Quinn will cash in with his new deal from the Bears.

Once signed, Quinn will be in line to earn $70 million over five years, with $30 million guaranteed.

Here are the terms:

1. Signing bonus: $3 million.

2. 2020 roster bonus: $12.5 million, fully guaranteed.

3. 2020 base salary: $3 million, fully guaranteed.

4. 2021 base salary: $11.5 million, fully guaranteed.

5. 2022 base salary: $12.8 million.

6. 2023 base salary: $13.9 million.

7. 2024 base salary: $12.9 million.

The deal also has $100,000 workout bonuses from 2021 through 2024.

It’s basically a two-year, $30 million deal with a team option for the next three seasons.

Quinn, who turns 30 in May, had 11.5 sacks in 14 games last season, his first and only in Dallas. He had a career-high 19.0 sacks with the Rams in 2013.

9 responses to “Inside the Robert Quinn deal

  1. So Da Bears have Quinn a 4/3 defensive end replacing a 3/4 Linebacker, does not make sense to me.

  2. Signing guys to big deals at the age of 30 rarely pans out. Great move for the Bears when you team plays them twice.

  3. I am assuming he’s going to play a 4-3 DE and CHicago is moving to a 4-3? The guy was never a 3-4 pure OLB. Never saw him drop into coverage.

    Ever notice how teams who have guys with non-impactful sack totals, play on crap or mediocre defenses?

    Hmm.

    There are very few edge players who showcase bloated sack totals who play on great defenses.

    This guy has never sniffed winning much because of it.

  4. Why do I care about how much money they make??? Ya’ll broke down his salary for what??? Can he play or can’t play,,,
    That’s what matters

  5. firejerry says:
    March 18, 2020 at 9:48 pm

    So Da Bears have Quinn a 4/3 defensive end replacing a 3/4 Linebacker, does not make sense to me.

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    The defensive front is comprised of: Mack, Hicks, Goldman, Quinn, Trevathan and Roquan Smith. Quinn has been in the league for years, he will adjust fine playing with this defense loaded with talent. Julius Peppers changed to a 3/4 when he moved to Cheesehead land, don’t over think it.

  6. Dak turned down 33 mil a year Cooper signs for 100 mil. I have 4 36 roll packs of toilet paper . You tell me who is balling.

  7. steelpalace5000 says:
    March 19, 2020 at 4:21 pm

    Dak turned down 33 mil a year Cooper signs for 100 mil. I have 4 36 roll packs of toilet paper . You tell me who is balling.

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    I’m more concerned that there are so many people like you that are incapable of understanding how to clean your rear in the absence of toilet paper.

    Food and water is the most important resource in any situation.

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