Report: Cowboys, Dolphins talk Quinn trade

Defensive end Robert Quinn is reportedly visiting the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday as a precursor to a potential swap with the Miami Dolphins.The Dolphins are willing to pay part of Quinn’s 2019 salary, according to NFL Network, to help facilitate a trade of the pass rusher. The Cowboys have six draft picks in 2019 and are without a first-rounder, which went to Oakland in October as part of the trade for wide receiver Amari Cooper.In addition to Quinn, the Cowboys are expected to sit down with recently released Chiefs safety Eric Berry. Berry missed the majority of last season with a heel issue and his current health status is unclear.Quinn was acquired by the Dolphins in 2018 from the Los Angeles Rams, and he started all 16 games with 6.5 sacks last season. He turns 29 in May, and has a $12.93 million salary cap number for the upcoming season.

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