3 trade partners for the Chicago Bears and Robert Quinn

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The Chicago Bears could partner with the New York Jets in a Robert Quinn trade

Last year was a rough first year for New York Jets head coach Robert Saleh. The Jets drafted Zach Wilson, whom they hope will be their franchise quarterback, but they still need plenty of help around him. Quite frankly, the Jets need plenty of help on both sides of the ball.

Some mock drafts have the Jets selecting a guy like Sauce Gardner, while others believe New York should pick a pass rusher like Kayvon Thibodeaux. If they took Gardner at No. 4 and an offensive tackle at No. 10, trading for Quinn would shore up their other need at pass rusher. A potential return could look like this.

In exchange for Quinn, the Bears would get New York’s fourth-round pick coming in at No. 111 overall. For an aging pass rusher, that’s a strong return. With the way many draft boards are so different, Poles very well could get a top-100 player at that spot in the draft.

At that pick, for the Bears, they could be looking at someone like Wisconsin offensive tackle Logan Bruss, who happens to be the No. 111 overall prospect on Pro Football Focus’ final big board. To get a possible starting tackle in exchange for Quinn is a victory.

Another possibility at No. 111 is Mississippi State cornerback Martin Emerson, who would also project as a Day 1 starter for this Bears defense. In either event, the Bears would come out in a great spot.