Le'Veon Bell
Le'Veon Bell has yet to sign a franchise tag with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

NFL general managers have the Oct. 30 trade deadline circled on their calendars, and according to reports Sunday there might be plenty of possible deals in the works.

Perhaps the biggest name on the trade block is holdout Le'Veon Bell. ESPN's NFL insider Adam Schefter reported that Bell, who has not signed a franchise tender with the Pittsburgh Steelers, is not interested in being traded and may return after Oct. 30.

There had been reports in late September that the Steelers were accepting offers for the star running back. However, at this point in the season, some teams may feel that it might be too much of gamble to deal for a disgruntled player who has missed nearly half the season. Meanwhile, the Steelers have not expressed interest in rescinding Bell's $14.5 million tag.

Multiple reports surfaced this weekend that the Dallas Cowboys are interested in the Oakland Raiders' wideout Amari Cooper. The Raiders are a longshot to make the playoffs, while the Cowboys have not made first-year receiver Allen Hurns a big part of their offense.

The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported that the Raiders want a first-round pick for Cooper.

Rapoport also reported that the Philadelphia Eagles are in the market for a wide receiver. They may want to consider calling up the Denver Broncos, who have been listening to offers for veteran Demaryius Thomas, according to Schefter.

One player that might be staying put is Blake Bortles. Sources told Schefter that the injury-plagued Jacksonville Jaguars are not interested in dealing the quarterback. Bortles was benched Sunday in favor of Cody Kessler.

Some quarterback that have been have floated include Cleveland Browns' backup Tyrod Taylor and Eagles backup Nick Foles.

Longtime New York Giants starter Eli Manning has also been mentioned in a possible deal to Jacksonville. Manning spent most of his career playing under former Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, who is the current Jaguars executive vice president of football operations.