Ex-NFL version busts are swapped between the Dallas Cowboys and the Miami Dolphins.

The Dallas Cowboys were rumored to be unhappy with 2021 second-round pick Kelvin Joseph during the summer. 

There were rumblings that the former LSU and Kentucky standout would be released due to his declining status on the team's cornerback depth chart.

In your opinion, what does this mean? Dallas dealt Joseph to the Miami Dolphins for cornerback Noah Igbinoghene, another failed NFL Draft pick, before Tuesday's roster deadline.

The Dolphins selected Igbinoghene, then 23 years old, in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft from Auburn.  

In three years with Miami, he was a part of 32 games but made just five starts. Joseph spent two years with the Cowboys and participated in 26 games (3 starts).  

In three years with Miami, he was a part of 32 games but made just five starts. Joseph spent two years with the Cowboys and participated in 26 games (3 starts).  

That included a QB rating of 135.3 in his first season and 129.4 in his second year of college football. 

The youngster, though, turned things around in limited action during the previous season. 

The opposing quarterbacks had a 52% completion rate and an 82.2 passer rating when throwing at his defense.

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