The Dallas Cowboys have had a quiet 2019 NFL offseason, but that could soon change. The team is reportedly exploring a trade for a veteran defensive end, in addition to possibly signing a top free agent on the market.

According to multiple reports, Dallas is engaged in trade discussions with the Miami Dolphins regarding Robert Quinn. The 28-year-old is visiting with the Cowboys Tuesday because a trade would be contingent on Quinn agreeing to a deal.

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

Dallas is interested in adding Eric Berry, whom they wouldn’t have to trade for. He’s a free agent after recently being released by the Kansas City Chiefs.

Berry hasn’t played much in the last two years because of a ruptured Achilles and a heel injury. The safety made five Pro Bowls from 2010-2016, including three first-team All-Pro selections.

Quinn hasn’t made the Pro Bowl since 2014. He had 6.5 sacks for Miami in the 2018 NFL season.

The Cowboys used their franchise tag on defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence to pay him $20.5 million for next season. Dallas hasn’t given out any long-term contracts this offseason as they prepare to give lucrative extensions to Dak Prescott and Ezekiell Elliott.

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Eric Berry #29 of the Kansas City Chiefs runs down the field after picking up a fumble against the Dallas Cowboys in the third quarter on September 15, 2013 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. Kyle Rivas/Getty Images