3 trade partners for the Chicago Bears and Robert Quinn

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The Chicago Bears could partner with the Houston Texans in a Robert Quinn trade

New Houston Texans head coach Lovie Smith is obviously very familiar with the Bears, and he loves himself some defense. The Texans are in a position where they may actually need a veteran stud like Quinn to come in and establish some positive culture within that defensive unit while also creating some momentum from the ground-up.

Quinn is a stand-up guy and would mesh well with Lovie’s laid-back style while fitting his defensive ideas of getting to the quarterback and creating turnovers. A potential deal with Lovie and the Texans could look similar to that of the Jets deal.

The Bears would actually come out a little better in this one than the one with New York, as they would get the No. 108 overall pick from Houston.

At that position, the Bears could again find a top-100 player on Poles’ board. One particular player that could be available is Nevada wideout Romeo Doubs, who has the makings of a very good number two option. The 6-foot-2 wideout has gone over 1,000 yards in each of the last two seasons.

Another strong option at that pick could be SMU wide receiver Danny Gray, who is one of the fastest players in this entire draft class. He’d give Fields yet another deep threat.