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Robert Quinn Found Success Against NFL's Toughest Slate of Offensive Tackles


After accumulating 45 sacks his first four seasons in the NFL, former UNC star looked poised to be a perennial Pro Bowler at the defensive end position. However, a series of injuries and scheme changes hindered his performance and dipped his sack total to 24 over the next four years. In 2019, Quinn had a comeback season for the ages. (Inside Carolina)

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Robert Quinn Found Success Against NFL's Toughest Slate of Offensive Tackles


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