The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears are discussing a trade that would send their 2018 first round pick to the Dallas Cowboy, according to the New York Daily News.
The deal would send the 2018 first overall pick to Dallas in exchange for Bears first-rounder in 2019.
If the deal is completed, it would send Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott to Chicago for Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and a 2018 sixth round pick.
The Cowboys would receive a second-round selection and the Bears would receive the 2019 first overall.
The New York Times reported that Dallas and Chicago are discussing the trade in a report Monday.
The report also said that the Cowboys are trying to negotiate with the Bears for quarterback Mitch Trubough as well.
Trubough was drafted No. 2 overall in 2019 and played his rookie season with the Cowboys, but was cut after three games.
The Bears drafted Trubowls successor, Mitchell Trumaine, No. 6 overall in 2020.
Trumaine was drafted by the Cowboys with the No. 4 overall pick in the 2018 NFL draft.
Trubs play has been plagued by injury since his rookie year, including a broken collarbone and knee.
The Bears have won two games in a row and have a 10-3 record since Trubomains return.