NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported Thursday afternoon that the Dolphins and Cowboys “have parameters in place” on a deal that will send defensive end Robert Quinn to Dallas. There are still details to be worked out with Quinn’s agent according to Rapoport but it’s expected to get done. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter )
Quinn had a quiet season in his first (and only) year in Miami after spending his first seven with the Rams. He recorded 6.5 sacks in 16 games with the Dolphins in 2018. Quinn has been the subject of many trade rumors over the last month. He recently visited with the Cowboys and Saints as the Dolphins searched for a trade partner. He is heading into the final year of a four-year contract and is set to make $11.8 million in base salary in 2019.