The Chicago Bears launched a mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, which Robert Quinn should not attend, according to Ian Rapoport.

There have been rumors of a potential Quinn trade dating back to the NFL Combine, where the Bears made it clear they had no intention of trading their star pass rusher. But that doesn’t mean things won’t change down the line, which brings us to the present.

The Bears already traded another star pass runner in Khalil Mack to the Los Angeles Chargers before free agency. They secured second- and sixth-round picks for Mack, as well as cleared substantial salary cap space for the 2023 season.

Considering Quinn no longer owes guaranteed money, isn’t part of the team’s long-term plans, and deserves to play for a contender, a trade certainly makes sense.

As you can imagine, Bears fans were quite responsive to the news that Quinn won’t be attending the mandatory minicamp. And the overwhelming consensus is that they want Chicago to trade Quinn, especially when his trade value is at an all-time high after a franchise-high 18.5 sacks in one season.

Here are Bears fans reacting to Quinn’s no-show, where they’re already looking to the future, much like their new GM Ryan Poles did this offseason.