Chicago Bears: 3 Reasons why the pass rush steps up in 2020.

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Chicago Bears, Robert Quinn
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The Chicago Bears added veteran Linebacker Robert Quinn to the mix. His addition will surely leave things interesting.

Former All-Pro Linebacker Robert Quinn proved to be a good athlete throughout his 9-year career. He signed a 5-year, $70million deal with Chicago in the spring. In his previous season with Dallas, he started in 14 games tallying 11.5 sacks. That feat was good enough to lead the defense in individual sacks.

The Chicago Bears gained a pass-rusher who can stand as a head hunter on his own. With Leonard Floyd departing for the LA Rams, Quinn’s healthy contract will hold a lot of matter for the Bears in the future.

All bets are on with Quinn looking to become a force in this Chicago Bears defense. He meshed well with a good unit in Dallas, now he heads to another good unit. His veteran ability would give him a good counterpart alongside the fellow linebacker and pass rusher Khalil Mack. The two of them could cause some serious havoc.