WHY EAGLES JUMPED AT A TRADE FOR EDGE RUSHER ROBERT QUINN!

By Max Harper

The Eagles late Wednesday acquired pass rusher Robert Quinn from the Chicago Bears for a fourth-round draft pick.

And here’s why:

Quinn joins a fourth-ranked Eagles defense that’s limited opposing quarterbacks to the lowest passer rating in the league (66.0), primarily due to a suffocating secondary.

That figure could further drop after adding Quinn to a middling pass rush (17 sacks, 39 QB hits) that lost Derek Barnett to a torn ACL on opening day.

Quinn, 32, had been the subject of trade rumors since the end of the 2021 season, when he set a Bears single-season record with 18½ sacks. He’s only got one (and three QB hits) this season, but is one of just seven active players with at least 100 career sacks – he and former Rams teammate Aaron Donald have 102.

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