Now that free agency has begun to settle down, let's take a quick look around the NFC East.
The Eagles have bolstered their Super Bowl-winning roster.
The Giants are ... trying?
The Redskins traded for who they think is their franchise QB.
And the Cowboys ... well, they haven't really done anything at all. They franchise-tagged budding star DE DeMarcus Lawrence and that's about it.
But that could change very quickly, as the Cowboys have shown interest in trading for arguably the best safety in the league, according to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora.
Cowboys are among the teams with interest in Earl Thomas, I'm told. They are hardly alone— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 15, 2018
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Just about every team would love to have Earl Thomas - 28 years old and a three-time All-Pro - who the Eagles infamously passed on in favor of Brandon Graham. (Can we put that argument to rest already?)
But the Cowboys may have the assets to actually pull off the trade, adding one of the game's greats to a defense in desperate need of a playmaker on the back end.
Seahawks in discussions with several teams regarding Earl Thomas. Seeking a 1st and 3rd round pick in return. May get more— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 15, 2018
The Cowboys currently own 10 picks in the upcoming draft and with the draft being held in Dallas, the team could be looking to make a splash.
It appears the interest is mutual, too.
After the Seahawks topped the Cowboys in Dallas last season, Thomas told Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett, "If you have a chance to get me, come get me."
Earl Thomas runs to greet Jason Garrett, then as he walks into the COWBOYS lockerroom, he says, "If you have a chance to get me, come get me." pic.twitter.com/N395wVU2Jz— Edward Egros (@EdwardEgrosFox4) December 25, 2017
The Seahawks' fire sale has already claimed Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett on the defensive side, while Kam Chancellor's future is uncertain while he deals with a neck injury.
Would a full season of Ezekiel Elliott and a retooled secondary led by Thomas be enough to compete with the Eagles for the NFC East crown?