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Finally in team drills, Bears’ Robert Quinn vows to be ready for opener


As soon as they decided to give outside linebacker a giant free-agent contract, the Bears began envisioning what he would look like playing opposite Khalil Mack. On Saturday, 164 days after they agreed in principle to a five-year, $70 million contract, they got to see it for themselves. For the first time in a padded practice, Quinn participated in team drills. (Chicago Sun-Times)

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Finally in team drills, Bears’ Robert Quinn vows to be ready for opener


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