Cowboys Urged to Make Blockbuster Trade for 3-Time Pro Bowl Star

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The Dallas Cowboys have a lot of possible roster gaps to fill as training camp gets underway.

Brent Sobleski of Bleacher Report offered one probable trade that each NFL team may make before the season begins.

The Bears' one listed transaction makes a lot of sense for the Cowboys as well.

According to the proposed trade, the Cowboys would acquire three-time Pro Bowler Robert Quinn from the Bears in exchange for Randy Gregory's successor.

Sobleski stated on July 26 that the Dallas Cowboys made a mistake in their discussions with Randy Gregory that cost the franchise a talented pass-rusher.

Granted, Micah Parsons is still on the squad, but this year, he's expected to play off the ball more. 

To somewhat make up for the departure of Gregory, Dallas signed Dante Fowler Jr.

Gregory's initial payment demonstrates how highly the Cowboys regarded both him and the position.

DeMarcus Lawrence is still listed on the team, yes. With Quinn and Parsons added to the mix, however, the defensive front would be much better.

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