Dolphins agree to acquire DE Quinn from Rams

Dolphins agree to acquire DE Quinn from Rams

Dolphins agree to acquire DE Quinn from Rams

The trade is somewhat of a surprise because it looked like the Rams were planning to hold onto Quinn.

Quinn is a former first round pick of the Rams out of North Carolina. Assuming that Quinn's existing deal wasn't modified for the trade, the Dolphins will have Quinn under contract for the next two years at a total of roughly $22 million.

This is an interesting move, one that comes on the heels of the Rams acquiring talented but apparently troubled cornerback Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs.

Schefter is also reporting the Dolphins are going to give the Rams a mid-round draft pick.

He is still in the prime of his career coming off a respectable 2017 campaign where he recorded 8.5 sacks that pushed him to a tie with Kevin Carter for third all-time in franchise history with 62.5 sacks. The 28-year-old has experienced injury problems, causing him to miss 16 games the last 3 seasons.

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With the Dolphins, he'll be on the defensive line with Cameron Wake and Ndamukong Suh, giving Miami a boost to an already-strong group.

Quinn is a very reliable defensive end that will help Miami on the outside but the question is where does he fit in?

The Dolphins do not have salary cap space at this time, so other moves will need to be made. Quinn will count just over $10 million in 2018 and just over $11 million in 2019.

He signed a six-year contract extension in September 2014 following a 2013 season in which Quinn finished second in the league with 19 sacks and forced seven fumbles en route to being named the Defensive Player of the Year by the Pro Football Writers Association and a consensus first-team All-Pro.

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