A marquee NFL free agent hit the market Monday when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers released Gerald McCoy. The defensive tackle has been among the best players at his position since being drafted third overall in 2010, and he’s sure to have plenty of suitors in the 2019 offseason.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, McCoy wants to sign with a playoff contender. Schefter named the Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots Patriots, Los Angeles Chargers and Jacksonville Jaguars as possible landing spots for the six-time Pro Bowl player.

Maybe McCoy is eyeing Dallas as a potential destination, but it appears unlikely that the veteran will end up in Texas next season. A source has told Cowboys’ insider Mike Fisher of 105.3 The Fan and 247 Sports that Dallas has “very little” interest in acquiring the veteran.

The Cowboys don’t have a real need for McCoy after spending a second-round draft pick on defensive tackle Trysten Hill. Dallas just gave $65 million guaranteed to another member of the defensive line by extending pass-rusher extraordinaire DeMarcus Lawrence. The team also traded for defensive end Robert Quinn.

Dallas has been among the league’s most quiet teams in free agency. In addition to giving Lawrence a new contract, the organization is preparing to extend Dak Prescott, along with possibly Amari Cooper and Ezekiel Elliott.

McCoy might not come cheap, even though his six sacks and 28 tackles last year gave him his worst numbers in seven years. The four-time All-Pro was set to make $13 million next year before being cut.

The Buccaneers could replace McCoy with an even bigger name. According to The Tampa Bay Times, the Bucs are interested in acquiring Ndamukong Suh. The report indicates that they are willing to give the free agent around $10 million.

Suh was taken one pick ahead of McCoy in the 2010 draft. The defensive tackle signed a one-year, $14 million contract to play with the Los Angeles Rams in 2018, recording 4.5 sacks and 59 tackles for the NFC champions.