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Fantasy News

  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Restored to active roster

    The Eagles activated Quinn (knee) from injured reserve Saturday. Quinn has missed the last four games while on IR with a knee injury, though he did return to practice Wednesday. The 32-year-old is now set to play again at the earliest possible opportunity heading into Sunday's regular-season finale against the Giants. Quinn logged eight tackles and two sacks across seven games before being traded from Chicago to Philadelphia in late October, though he failed to increase his season sack total over five games with the Eagles. The 6-foot-4 edge rusher led the NFL with 18.5 sacks in 2021, so his return should add yet another dangerous presence that opposing offensive lines will have worry about heading into the playoffs.
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  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Designated to return from IR

    Head coach Nick Sirianni said Quinn (knee) will be designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Quinn will be able to practice Wednesday for the first time since landing on injured reserve due to a knee injury he suffered during Week 13 prep. With the move, the veteran pass rusher opens a 21-day window to be added to the active roster. However, if he isn't activated during that period, he'll revert back to IR for the remainder of the season. Quinn had 18.5 sacks for the Bears a year ago, so his presence could provide a major boost to the Eagles' defense ahead of the postseason.
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  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Goes on injured reserve

    Quinn (knee) was placed on IR on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Quinn missed the team's Week 13 win over the Titans, and he'll now miss at least the next four weeks with his move to injured reserve. The 32-year-old will have his knee scoped sometime this week, which should help him be able to get back on the field before the season comes to a close.
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  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Ruled out for Week 13

    Quinn has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup against the Titans due to a knee injury. Quinn landed on the injury report Thursday as a limited participant due to rest, but he was listed as a non-participant Friday due to a knee injury and will be sidelined for his first game since joining the Eagles at the end of October. In his absence, Ndamukong Suh, Linval Joseph and Milton Williams are the only reserve defensive lineman behind Brandon Graham, Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave and Josh Sweat.
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  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Making Eagles debut Sunday

    Quinn is listed as active for Sunday's contest versus the Steelers, Tim McManus of reports. Quinn was acquired by Philadelphia on Wednesday via trade from the Bears, and it looks like he'll make his Eagles debut Sunday against Pittsburgh. The 32-year-old accumulated eight tackles, including one sack, across seven games with Chicago.
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  • Eagles' Robert Quinn: Shot to play in Week 8

    Quinn could suit up for Sunday's matchup with the Steelers, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. After Quinn was acquired via trade from the Bears on Wednesday, head coach Nick Sirianni said Friday that Quinn could play as soon as Week 8 against Pittsburgh. Prior to being traded, the 32-year-old racked up eight tackles, including one sack, over seven games with Chicago.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Questionable due to illness

    Quinn (illness) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants. Quinn didn't practice Thursday due to an illness but returned Friday as a limited participant. The veteran defensive end is off to a slow start in 2022 -- he has only one sack through three games after posting 18.5 sacks last year -- but his potential absence would still be a huge blow to Chicago's defense. He'll have until Sunday to clear his current aliment, but a decision on his availability may not come until closer to Sunday's 1:00 PM ET kickoff.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Absent from camp

    Quinn is not expected to be present at mandatory minicamp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Quinn is coming off his best season since 2013 and recorded 18.5 sacks in 2021. He's chosen to train on his own rather than with the team, according to Rapoport.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Amazing season continues

    Quinn recorded a sack and a tackle in the Bears' 29-3 win over the Giants on Sunday. Quinn has 18 sacks on the season, and he's one away from matching his career high that he posted in 2013. With sacks in eight straight games, he'll continue to be a sack-dependent IDP option in Week 18 against the Vikings.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Amazing season continues

    Quinn notched a pair of sacks and four total tackles in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Vikings on Monday. Quinn has now posted sacks in five straight games, giving him 16 on the season. He's only had two games all year in which he's failed to reach the sack column, and he should remain a solid IDP option down the stretch with meetings against the Seahawks and the Giants on tap.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Notches two sacks

    Quinn tallied two sacks and two tackles in the Bears' 45-30 loss to the Packers on Sunday. On the season, Quinn has failed to reach the sack column on just two occasions, and he now has 14 on the season. Based on his consistency, he'll continue to be a solid IDP option in leagues that emphasize scoring on sacks, though he's also averaging over three tackles per game, boosting his overall floor.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Eruption game

    Quinn notched 3.5 sacks and five tackles in the Bears' 16-13 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Despite Khalil Mack (injured reserve) and Akiem Hicks missing this game, Quinn was a one-man wrecking crew against a Baltimore offense that was without Lamar Jackson. With 10 sacks and 31 tackles on the season, this has easily been Quinn's best season of his career aside from his 2013 campaign with the Rams.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Keeps rolling

    Quinn notched a sack and five tackles in the Bears' 24-14 win over the Lions on Sunday. Quinn has entered the sack column in each game this season, and he now has 4.5 of them, while he takes advantage of defenses using their extra resources to slow down his teammate Khalil Mack. With just 12 tackles on the year, his ability to get to the quarterback will be his most valuable asset in IDP leagues.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Limited participant Wednesday

    Quinn (back) logged a limited practice Wednesday. Quinn picked up the injury during the team's Week 1 contest, but not before he recorded half a sack. Though he remains questionable for Sunday's Week 2 contest against the Colts, that Quinn did any work points favorably toward his potential return to the field.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Suits up Sunday night

    Quinn (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Rams. Quinn logged limited practices early in the week before a full one Friday. He's in line to get the start at outside linebacker for the Bears.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Notches second sack of season

    Quinn recorded a sack and two tackles in Chicago's 33-27 victory over the Vikings on Sunday. Quinn posted his first sack since Week 1, and he won't be more than a desperation fantasy option in Week 16 against the Jaguars.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Ready to make Bears debut

    Quinn (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants. Quinn missed last week's season opener as a result of his injury, but after getting in a full practice Friday, he will suit up for the Bears for the first time. He should have ample opportunities to make an impact in his team debut squaring off against a Giants offensive line that allowed the Steelers to generate plenty of heat on quarterback Daniel Jones in Week 1.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Won't play in season opener

    Quinn (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game in Detroit. Quinn didn't practice all week due to the ankle injury and was listed as doubtful heading into the season opener, so his inactive status comes as no surprise. Expect Barkevious Mingo to start in place of Quinn at the outside linebacker spot opposite Khalil Mack.
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  • Bears' Robert Quinn: Ready for season

    Quinn is confident he'll be available to start in Week 1 despite missing the first couple weeks of practice, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports. "As long as I wake up, I think I'll be ready," Quinn said. Quinn has started practicing, giving him a couple weeks to round into form before the Bears' season begins. The veteran pass rusher is coming off a bounce-back season with Dallas, in which he posted 11.5 sacks.
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  • Cowboys' Robert Quinn: Career resurgence in Dallas

    Quinn finished the 2019 season with 34 tackles (26 solo) including 11.5 sacks, three passes defended and two forced fumbles in 14 games. Working opposite DeMarcus Lawrence on the Cowboys' defensive line, the 29-year-old Quinn actually ended up leading the team in sacks despite missing the first two games of the season due to suspension, as he posted the second-best performance of his career in that category behind only the massive 19 sacks he piled up in 2013 for the Rams. An unrestricted free agent, Quinn most likely earned himself a hefty payday with his efforts, although his first season in Dallas is likely to be his last as the team has bigger priorities when it comes to re-signing players this offseason -- beginning with Dak Prescott.
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