Howie Roseman and the Philadelphia Eagles front office pushed all their chips toward the middle of the table on Wednesday. The team addressed a need for pass-rush depth by acquiring Robert Quinn from the Chicago Bears for a fourth-round pick.
A former first-round draft pick, Quinn brings a wealth of experience and three Pro Bowl honors to Philadelphia's defense. Already considered a win for the 6-0 Eagles, the trade looks like even more of a steal as more details have been revealed.
Robert Quinn Trade
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported that Chicago is actually "picking up most of the remaining salary" for Quinn. It's unclear the exact dollar figure, but the 12-year veteran is still owed approximately $7.9 million on his 2022 contract.
Roseman and his front office win another trade and continue a string of impressive acquisitions. The Eagles acquired safety Chauncey Gardner-Johnson and wide receiver A.J. Brown this past offseason, with the latter playing a massive role in Philly's top-five offensive attack.
Sports bettors consider Philadelphia the Buffalo Bills' main competition for a Super Bowl title. FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds have the Eagles at +550, just behind the Bills' leading +270 odds.
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