3 trade partners for the Chicago Bears and Robert Quinn

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

Lastly, the Bears could once again partner with the New York Giants for the second year in a row. A year ago, the Bears moved up to draft Justin Fields by trading their 2022 first and fourth-round picks while swapping firsts with New York in 2021. Now, they could attempt to get that fourth-rounder back by trading Quinn.

Edge rusher is certainly a need for the Giants, and New York is able to add one of the best from last season for only a fourth-round pick. For a team that is desperate for positive culture and another on-field leader, Quinn makes a lot of sense.

Once again, the Bears get a similar return for Quinn in the fourth round. At pick No. 112 overall, Chicago could be targeting someone like Boise State wide receiver Khalil Shakir, who is an electric slot receiver that put up several eye-popping plays last year for the Broncos.

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North Dakota’s Matt Waletzko is another guy the Bears could target here. He’s an offensive tackle with a 7-foot-1 wingspan and a ton of NFL-ready traits. With just a little bit of refinement, he could step into a starting role fairly soon after being drafted.