With the NFL season set to start Thursday, several teams are scrambling to make final adjustments to their rosters. One player considered a hot commodity is Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas and there has been speculation that he could be traded in the coming days.

The NFL Network's Tom Pelissero on Friday wrote on Twitter that the Cowboys could be a landing spot for Thomas, who is in the final year of a contract that pays him $8.5 million. Pelissero cited how Thomas went to the Cowboys' locker room after a game last season and told Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett that if he had "a chance to get me, come get me.”

However, several teams have inquired about the six-time Pro Bowler and the Seahawks appear to be holding out for a big deal.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Thomas is staying in Seattle.

Thomas has long been thought to be an ideal fit for the Cowboys. The 29-year-old grew up in Orange, Texas, and is a former star for the Texas Longhorns.

Earl Thomas (No. 29) has been considered a trade target leading up to the 2018 NFL season. Joe Robbins/Getty Images

The Cowboys have made a couple recent moves that have raised eyebrows. Tight end Rico Gathers, who was on the bubble for the 53-man roster, made the team despite his arrest Friday for marijuana possession.

The Cowboys appear to be interested in a "tight end by committee" to replace the retired Jason Witten. Fourth-year tight end Geoff Swaim, who had two catches for 25 yards in 2017, along with second-year player Blake Jarwin and fourth-round pick Dalton Schultz are all currently on the roster with Gathers.

Veteran kicker Dan Bailey, who was set to make $3.4 million in 2018, was cut in favor of rookie Brett Maher, who spent time in the Canadian Football League. Bailey, 30, went to the Pro Bowl in 2015. He saw his numbers dip a bit in 2017, converting 75 percent of his field-goal attempts and missing two extra points after converting all of them leading up to his seventh season.