LA Rams to trade Robert Quinn to Miami Dolphins

The Los Angeles Rams are parting ways with defensive end Robert Quinn.

The Rams have agreed to trade the two-time Pro Bowler to the Miami Dolphins, a source informed of the situation told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The deal includes a mid-round draft pick going to Los Angeles and a swapping of late-round picks, Rapoport added.

The trade cannot become official until the NFL new league year begins March 14. Quinn was notified of the trade during a conference call with the Dolphins, Rapoport reported.

ESPN first reported the trade.

Quinn’s exit from Los Angeles marks the second high-profile move by Rams general manager Les Snead this offseason. Last week, the Rams agreed to acquire two-time Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs. Quinn was initially offered to the Chiefs as part of the Peters deal before Kansas City GM Bret Veach agreed on second- and fourth-round draft picks as compensation for the 2016 All-Pro selection, per Rapoport.

In Quinn, the Dolphins get a proven pass rusher who still has two years left on his contract, which pays out roughly $24 million. Last year, the 27-year-old recorded 8.5 sacks and 32.5 tackles. The

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