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Multiple teams showing interest in Earl Thomas trade - NFL.com
The Cowboys aren't the only team circling overhead Earl Thomas, preparing to swoop in for a potential steal in trade talks. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports that multiple teams have reach out.

Report: Multiple teams interested in Earl Thomas but Seahawks not in a hurry – ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys still need a free safety, and while they remain interested in a trade for Earl Thomas, they apparently are not alone. Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that multiple teams have reached out to the Seahawks.

Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas remains on the trading block
Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas remains on the trading block and a potential candidate to land with the Dallas Cowboys.

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Report: Jets are shopping Clive Walford – ProFootballTalk
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Report: “Robust” trade market for Khalil Mack – ProFootballTalk
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