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Chuck Pagano confident Robert Quinn will find a home in Bears’ 3-4 defense


Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano acknowledged the addition of will take some work. Pagano just missed coaching Quinn as defensive coordinator at UNC. Quinn signed with the Tar Heels in 2007, but Pagano left to become the secondary coach for the Ravens under John Harbaugh in 2008, when Quinn started as a true freshman. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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