The Dallas Cowboys have agreed to acquire defensive ending Robert Quinn from the Miami Dolphins for a 2020 sixth-round selection, according to multiple sources.

Quinn, who visited The Star a week ago and also met with the New Orleans Saints, is likely to sign a brand new one-piece handle the Cowboys.

NFL Network first reported that the Cowboys and Dolphins had agreed to the parameters of an arrangement.

Quinn was set to make $11.8 million on the last year of the contract. Earlier in the month that the Dolphins paid Quinn a 1.12 million roster bonus and allegedly were willing to pay for some of Quinn’s base wages to facilitate a transaction. The Dolphins recently paid $5 million of the 7 million guaranteed Tannehill as part of their transaction to the Tennessee Titans.

The Cowboys have a necessity to improve their pass rush.

At the league meetings at Arizona earlier this past week, executive vice president Stephen Jones explained the discussions with DeMarcus Lawrence on a longterm bargain reach an”impasse,” however, the team remains optimistic a contract might be resolved prior to the July 15 deadline. Lawrence, that had 10.5 sacks last season, has been awarded the franchise tag for the second straight season, guaranteeing him least $20.5 million in 2013.

Randy Gregory, whose six sacks at 2018 were next on the team to Lawrence, was suspended forever. As the Cowboys hope Gregory will be able to come back in 20-19, there are no assurances. Tyrone Crawford had 5.5 sacks a year ago, but the NFL is looking into an incident at Florida pub recently that could result in a punishment during the personal behaviour policy.

For his career, he has 6 9 sacks, for example a career-high 19 at 2013. In 2015, he also signed a four-year, $57 million deal with the Rams after two straight Pro Bowl seasons where he listed 29.5 sacks.

He has 2-4 sacks in the last 4 seasons.

The Cowboys are without a first-round selection in the upcoming draft for the last season’s trade for wide recipient Amari Cooper from the Oakland Raiders. The Dolphins have been in a rebuild mode with fresh trainer Brian Flores and overall director Chris Grier and might be inclined to accept a 2020 draft selection in return for Quinn.

The Dolphins will want to rebuild their defensive line, and edge rusher is possibly their biggest requirement. Miami lost veteran defensive ending Cameron Twist at no agency to the Titans. Disappointing 20 17 first round pick Charles Harris is now that the Dolphins top edge rusher.

ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe contributed to the record.

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