DE Robert Quinn visiting Cowboys Tuesday despite not being a FA yet

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According to multiple reports, Dallas is engaged in trade discussions with the Miami Dolphins regarding Robert Quinn.

The New Orleans Saints are also reportedly interested in trading for Quinn.

The Dolphins haven't exactly been shy about their intentions with Quinn, as it has been reported for weeks that Miami is looking to pull the necessary strings in order to get Quinn and his bloated salary off their 2019 payroll. Cameron Jordan and Marcus Davenport are projected to bookend the defensive line in 2019, but the departure of third wheel Alex Okafor to the Kansas City Chiefs created a void that nobody on the roster is ready to fill.

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Dallas is interested in adding Eric Berry, whom they wouldn't have to trade for.

Berry hasn't played much in the last two years because of a ruptured Achilles and a heel injury. The defensive end is visiting with the Cowboys today, per Pelissero. The safety made five Pro Bowls from 2010-2016, including three first-team All-Pro selections. With 6.5 sacks and 37 total pressures produced previous year, Quinn would offer a serious upgrade to whichever team lands him. Dallas hasn't given out any long-term contracts this offseason as they prepare to give lucrative extensions to Dak Prescott and Ezekiell Elliott.