The 2021 NFL Draft is fast approaching and the Dallas Cowboys are sitting at a pivotal point on the draft board. With four quarterbacks expected to be taken with the top-seven picks, an elite talent at a position of need could be available for Dallas. However, the organization might have another move in mind.

Quarterback-needy teams have made plenty of headlines this offseason. The Carolina Panthers pulled off the Sam Darnold trade, Matthew Stafford was shipped to the Los Angeles Rams, Carson Wentz joined the Indianapolis Colts and the San Francisco 49ers traded up to the No. 3 pick and will be taking a quarterback.

While plenty of clubs made changes, others are still looking for answers. The Denver Broncos, Washington Football Team and Chicago Bears are among a handful of teams still interested in upgrading at quarterback. It could reportedly work out very nicely in the Cowboys’ favor on April 29.

Pro Football Network’s Tony Pauline reports that the Cowboys are very open to the idea of trading down from the No. 10 overall pick and the Bears are a very realistic trade partner.