|Ht / Wt:||5'11" / 203 lb.|
|Born:||December 7, 1995|
|Drafted:||2018 / Rd. 7 (256)|
The Jaguars placed Quinn on their practice reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday.
Analysis: Quinn has either tested positive for the virus or come into close contact with an infected person. The 2018 seventh-round pick out of SMU will need to clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocols before returning to team activities.
The Jaguars signed Quinn to the practice squad Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Quinn was cut loose by Washington on Saturday amid final roster cuts, and he'll now get a chance to make an impression in Jacksonville. He had 26 catches for 198 yards and one score in 12 games while operating primarily out of the slot last season.
Quinn has been waived by Washington, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Quinn, who recorded 26 catches for 198 yards and a TD in 12 games with Washington last season, could catch on as a slot option elsewhere. However, if he clears waivers, he could resurface on Washington's practice squad.
Coach Ron Rivera said Quinn has been impressive in training camp, though he was mentioned as being in the team's second tier of receivers, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: Terry McLaurin, Steven Sims and Dontrelle Inman have seen most of the first-team work, while Quinn has taken most of his snaps as the slot man with the second unit. The team may still have a depth role available for Quinn, but he's facing an uphill battle to unseat Sims for regular work.
Quinn will face snap and target competition from Steven Sims, Kelvin Harmon and Antonio Gandy-Golden, Miriam Jackson of the The Union Journal reports.
Analysis: Quinn served as Washington's slot specialist for the majority of last season, catching 26 of 47 targets for 198 yards and one touchdown in 12 games before a concussion sent him to injured reserve in December. Undrafted rookie Steven Sims then took over the role and was far more productive, piling up 230 yards and four TDs over the final four weeks of the year. It's possible Quinn gets another chance to win the slot role, but Sims should enter training camp as the favorite.
Quinn (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Analysis: Quinn has missed the last two games, and the Redskins elected to shut him down for the year. The 24-year-old receiver was overshadowed largely by rookies Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims this year, finishing with 26 receptions for 198 yards and a touchdown. Quinn should be good to go for the 2020 season.
Quinn (concussion) will not play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: With Quinn and Paul Richardson (hamstring) both ruled out for another week, Washington will roll with Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims alongside Terry McLaurin in three-wide formations. There's no guarantee Quinn still has a regular role if/when he's deemed healthy enough to play.
Quinn (concussion) didn't practice Thursday.
Analysis: After being listed as a limited participant Wednesday, Quinn's downturn in activity isn't a great sign as he attempts to work his way through the concussion protocol. He now may be in danger of missing a second game in a row, which could be confirmed on Friday's injury report.
Quinn (concussion) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday.
Analysis: Quinn didn't practice at all last week, so he appears to have made some progress through the concussion suffered Week 13 in Carolina. In order to get clearance to play again, though, he must pass an examination in front of an independent neurologist.
Quinn (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Green Bay, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan Washington reports.
Analysis: With both Quinn and Paul Richardson (hamstring) unavailable, Washington will trot out Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims alongside No. 1 receiver Terry McLaurin. The all-rookie wideout group at least offers an element of upside that Quinn and Richardson have been unable to provide.
Quinn (concussion) was held out of practice Wednesday.
Analysis: Quinn left this past Sunday's game at Carolina to be evaluated for a head injury and didn't return. With a concussion confirmed on Wednesday's injury report, he may be hard-pressed to get through the league's protocol in time for Sunday's visit to Green Bay. Paul Richardson (hamstring) also was absent Wednesday, so the Redskins' receiving corps is down to four healthy bodies (Terry McLaurin, Kelvin Harmon, Steven Sims and Cam Sims).
Quinn (head) won't return to Sunday's game against the Panthers, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Analysis: Quinn exited the contest and was immediately checked for a concussion, so the fact that he won't return isn't a great sign for his health. Kelvin Harmon still figures to be the main beneficiary in Quinn's stead. It's likely that the team will have an update on Quinn's health following the game or in the coming days.
Quinn left Sunday's game against the Redskins to be evaluated for a concussion.
Analysis: Quinn couldn't haul in his only target before leaving the contest and going to the locker room. If he's unable to return, Kelvin Harmon figures to be the main beneficiary of Quinn's absence.
Quinn finished without a catch on one target in Sunday's 19-16 win over the Lions.
Analysis: The second-year slot man has four catches for 33 yards over the past four games, despite getting regular playing time. Quinn has been one of the least productive wide receivers in the league on a per-snap basis, and there isn't much reason to expect a turnaround Week 13 at Carolina.
Quinn caught two of four targets for nine yards in Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Jets, adding a two-point conversion.
Analysis: It was the fifth consecutive game in which Quinn caught either one or two passes. Any hope for low-level fantasy utility went out the door when Case Keenum was benched, but the slot receiver should at least see his usual three of four targets Week 12 against Detroit.
Quinn caught two of four targets for eight total yards during Sunday's 17-16 win over Miami.
Analysis: Even playing against a hapless Dolphins squad, Quinn was held to a season-low eight yards. Surprisingly, Quinn has been targeted at least four times in every game this season, but has yet to top 36 yards in a game thanks to a minuscule 6.8 yards per catch. If he couldn't make strides against Miami, it's hard to imagine a wildly improved result against the league's best pass defense, the 49ers, Sunday.
Quinn caught three of four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 33-7 loss to the Patriots.
Analysis: Quinn continues to work as the primary slot receiver in three-wide formations, playing 76 percent of snap on offense in the Week 5 loss. He's been held under 40 yards every week this season, including just 25 yards over the past two games combined. Quinn's average of 5.6 targets per game might actually drop with Bill Callahan taking over as interim head coach after Jay Gruden was fired. Callahan has been responsible for the running game, something he may try to emphasize in the coming weeks.
Quinn caught two of four targets for 10 yards and returned one punt for six yards in Sunday's loss to the Giants.
Analysis: Quinn was on the field for 39 of 51 possible plays (76 percent), which was second-most among Washington's pass catchers behind only Paul Richardson's 45 snaps. The 2018 seventh-round pick has been quiet so far this season, catching 15 of 24 targets for 109 yards and a score. Quinn draws a tough matchup against New England in Week 6.
Quinn hauled in five of seven targets for 30 yards in Monday's loss to the Bears.
Analysis: Quinn has been Mr. Consistent through the first three weeks, as he's generated 4-33-1, 4-36-0 and 5-30-0 yards over the first three contests, respectively. Case Keenum has found his deep target in rookie Terry McLaurin, so Quinn is left with shorter passes and a 5.1-yard aDOT, capping his fantasy ceiling.
Quinn brought in four of seven targets for 36 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Cowboys.
Analysis: A garbage-time hero the previous week, Quinn spread out his limited production in Sunday's loss, catching one pass in each quarter. His role in the slot appears secure, but he's accounted for just 16.0 percent of his team's targets through two games. Washington gets a tricky Week 3 matchup, hosting Chicago on Monday Night Football.
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