Robert Quinn celebrates a sack for the L.A. Rams. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/TNS) DAVIE — Robert Quinn is 6-foot-4, 250 pounds and he’s strong and he’s fast and yet his most valuable asset is one coaches and players at Miami Dolphins camp have been having a hard time wrapping their minds around. How Quinn bends. Defensive ends like Quinn are taught to fire off the ball as quickly as they can, aim toward an outside edge and then at precisely the right moment, stick a foot in the ground and pivot toward the helpless quarterback, crushing and rendering him lifeless. You can’t just be fast. You can’t just be strong. You have to know how to contort your body. And contort Quinn does.“He’s a unique athlete,” Dolphins defensive coordinator Matt Burke said. “He bends probably as good as anybody I’ve ever been around. It’s weird to watch sometimes, to be honest with you. He comes off the corner and sometimes you think he’s actually rushing too high and gets past the quarterback, then he just turns his foot and plants it and bends it. His knee is about two feet off the ground and he can really hug it. It’s pretty… Read full this story
- Could Stephone Anthony be under-radar answer for Miami Dolphins?
- What new Miami Dolphins DT Akeem Spence said in first press conference
- NEW: Lost girl in Boynton Beach reconnected with mother
- Jarvis Landry: I didn’t really have a good relationship with Ryan Tannehill (NFL Network)
New Dolphins DE Robert Quinn bending minds with flexibility have 271 words, post on dailydolphin.blog.palmbeachpost.com at June 6, 2018. This is cached page on SEO. If you want remove this page, please contact us.