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Robert Quinn would bring reliability to the pass rush

Robert Quinn would bring reliability to the pass rush

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports In our 2020 iteration of Finding Free Agents, we’ll attempt to answer three questions for each player: Why would the Seahawks be interested? What would their contract look like? What is the likelihood they reach free agency? Throughout the series, we’ll be focused on specific positions of need in Seattle: Wide receiver, tight end, offensive line and EDGE. Death, taxes and Robert Quinn quietly producing as well as any 4-3 defensive end in the NFL. When Quinn’s seven-year stint with the Rams came to an end after the 2017 season, he departed Los...
Blogging The Boys Feb 11, 2020
NFL 2020 Draft: Three LSU players that the Dallas Cowboys could target in the first round

NFL 2020 Draft: Three LSU players that the Dallas Cowboys could target in the first round

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The National Champs are loaded with talent in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Dallas Cowboys enter the offseason with a ton of things to check off the to-do list: re-sign Dak Prescott, determine what to do with Amari Cooper, and make tough decisions regarding pass-rusher Robert Quinn and cornerback Byron Jones. Will McClay will have his hands filled with finding prospects in this draft class that can come in and make an immediate impact — especially with how Dallas will be restricted from making too many free agency moves after (likely) locking Prescott up. We...
Blogging The Boys Feb 8, 2020
Sean Lee seems to be considering all options with free agency looming

Sean Lee seems to be considering all options with free agency looming

Photo by Richard Rodriguez/ What do you want to see The General do? There are plenty of big Dallas Cowboys storylines to choose from this offseason. There’s a flavor for everyone. You’ve got Dak Prescott needing a new deal, Amari Cooper needing one as well, oh and did you know that Byron Jones needs one on top of that? That’s just the top level, by the way. Role players like Randall Cobb, Robert Quinn, on and on and on are all in need of new contracts. The Cowboys front office will have to juggle this while having a new head coach plus a first-round pick to use for the first time...
Blogging The Boys Feb 7, 2020
Cowboys 2020 draft prospect: Edge K’Lavon Chaisson could bolster the pass rush

Cowboys 2020 draft prospect: Edge K’Lavon Chaisson could bolster the pass rush

Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/ He’s more than just an explosive pass rusher. No defense had a better pass rush win rate than the Cowboys in 2019, and they were led by two dynamic edge rushers in DeMarcus Lawrence and Robert Quinn. Both players finished in the top three in pass rush win rate on the edge. But while Lawrence is still under contract for a while, Quinn is set to enter free agency and could have a high asking price, creating a need at the position opposite Tank. Enter LSU’s K’Lavon Chaisson. Name: K’Lavon Chaisson School: Louisiana State Height: 6’4” Weight: 250...
Blogging The Boys Feb 5, 2020
Cowboys 2020 mock draft roundup: Delpit vs. McKinney in a battle for Cowboys at pick 17

Cowboys 2020 mock draft roundup: Delpit vs. McKinney in a battle for Cowboys at pick 17

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports People are divided on which safety the Cowboys should take. The Cowboys have plenty of work to do before they reach the NFL draft. Everyone knows they need to work out contracts with Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. There’s also been talk about how Byron Jones may not be in their plans for 2020 considering how much he’s likely to get offered by other teams in free agency. Dallas also has decisions to make on guys like Robert Quinn, Maliek Collins, heck, even Jason Witten is in the mix at this moment. All of those moves could affect the draft one way or...
Blogging The Boys Feb 5, 2020
Cowboys 2020 draft prospects: Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr. scouting report & interview

Cowboys 2020 draft prospects: Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr. scouting report & interview

Photo by Scott W. Grau/Icon Sportswire via Get to know Troy Pride Jr. ahead of the 2020 NFL Draft. Free agency will be playing a huge part in what the Cowboys do in the 2020 NFL Draft. Will the Cowboys retain Robert Quinn? Amari Cooper? Maliek Collins? The one name that will likely impact the Cowboys draft plans the most is what they decide to do with starting cornerback Byron Jones. After talking with some people at the Senior Bowl, and reading the tea leaves from ownership, it sure sounds like the Cowboys plan to go in a different direction at corner in 2020. Even if the teams decides...
Blogging The Boys Jan 31, 2020
Two Cowboys defenders who could benefit the most from Mike Nolan’s new defense

Two Cowboys defenders who could benefit the most from Mike Nolan’s new defense

Photo by Alika Jenner/ These two defensive ends could see big improvements under their new defensive coordinator. The Cowboys just finished putting together their coaching staff under Mike McCarthy, and now they have to turn their attention towards working out deals for some of their high profile players with expiring contracts. Naturally, Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper are at the top of the list, but Dallas also sees their reigning sack leader, Robert Quinn, ready for a new deal. Quinn was acquired for a mere sixth-round pick and Dallas only had to pay him a total of $10 million in 2019...
ClutchPoints Jan 29, 2020
Dallas Cowboys not expected to re-sign Robert Quinn

Dallas Cowboys not expected to re-sign Robert Quinn

The Dallas Cowboys ushered in some significant changes to their coaching staff this offseason. It is only natural that there are some tweaks to the roster as well. The Cowboys have a number of key players set hit the market as unrestricted free agents that they will need to bring back. According to ESPN’s Todd […] The post Dallas Cowboys not expected to re-sign Robert Quinn appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Blogging The Boys Jan 29, 2020
Should the Cowboys consider trading for this former no. 3 overall pick and Super Bowl participant?

Should the Cowboys consider trading for this former no. 3 overall pick and Super Bowl participant?

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys have been known to make a trade here and there. The Dallas Cowboys are in the business of improving their roster 365 days of the year, or in the case of 2020 - 366 days since it’s a leap year. That is the mantra of Stephen Jones as the team is always on the look out to improve their team. It’s not just lip service either as the Cowboys made moves to bring in Robert Quinn and Michael Bennett last season. They were both outstanding front office moves as these veteran defensive linemen made quality contributions on defense. And the best part is -...
Blogging The Boys Jan 25, 2020
Second impressions of the Cowboys’ coaching staff rebuild

Second impressions of the Cowboys’ coaching staff rebuild

It’s been another big construction project. But a lot faster than this one. | Photo by Chris Graythen/ The jobs are nearly all filled, so let’s take another look at the big picture. Although things are not quite wrapped up, the Mike McCarthy coaching staff has largely been set. The focus for the Dallas Cowboys is starting to shift to the team’s looming contract decisions about free agents Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper, Byron Jones, Robert Quinn, and others. While that promises a lot of developments, some perhaps not what many were expecting, it seems like a good time to look back at...
Blogging The Boys Jan 24, 2020
Cowboys 2020 free agency: Jerry Jones says not so fast on the idea of Robert Quinn leaving the Cowboys

Cowboys 2020 free agency: Jerry Jones says not so fast on the idea of Robert Quinn leaving the Cowboys

Greg M. Cooper-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys defensive end put together a very good 2019, could we see a repeat for Quinn in Dallas? When the Dallas Cowboys picked up defensive end Robert Quinn last offseason, it was thought of as a nice deal for Dallas. Quinn was an established vet and while he wasn’t the same guy who absolutely terrorized the league in 2013 with 19 sacks and seven forced fumbles, he could still ball. Getting him for just a sixth-round pick was certainly a bargain. The Cowboys promptly gave him a one-year, $9.2 million deal with incentives that he reached, making it a...
Blogging The Boys Jan 22, 2020
The Cowboys’ roster cupboard is rather bare before free agents are signed

The Cowboys’ roster cupboard is rather bare before free agents are signed

Lots of work to do. | Paul Moseley/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/Tribune News Service via They have a lot of cap space to work with, and decent draft capital. They will likely need it all. The coaching staff is nearly complete for the Dallas Cowboys. Next up is putting together the roster for Mike McCarthy’s inaugural season. They have some decent resources to work with, as Over the Cap shows them with $81 million in cap space, and they will be picking at the number 17 spot in the draft, with seven overall picks after trading away their sixth-rounder for Robert Quinn, but expecting a...

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