During the summer, it was reported that the Dallas Cowboys were dissatisfied with 2021 second-round pick Kelvin Joseph.
He had fallen behind on the depth chart at cornerback, prompting rumors that the former LSU and Kentucky standout might be cut from the team.
What do you think about it? Dallas executed a trade before of Tuesday's roster deadline, sending Joseph to the Miami Dolphins in exchange for cornerback Noah Igbinoghene, another previous NFL Draft flop.
Igbinoghene, 23, was a first-round pick of the Dolphins out of Auburn in 2020. He appeared in 32 games with Miami in three seasons, making only five starts
In two seasons with the Cowboys, Joseph appeared in 26 games, making three starts. Igbinoghene is more experienced than his colleague.
But he hasn't done anything with it. That included a 135.3 QB rating as a rookie and a 129.4 QB rating in his sophomore season in 2021.
However, in little playing time last season, the kid turned things around. When he was targeted, opposing quarterbacks completed only 52% of their attempts and had an 82.2 passer rating.
In limited time with the Cowboys last season, Joseph posted a high 147.9 QB rating. After major offseason addition Jalen Ramsey suffered a significant injury during training camp, he's a depth option for Miami.