Cowboys offered second-rounder for Earl Thomas in last week

Cowboys offered second-rounder for Earl Thomas in last week

"I worked my whole life for this...."

The Cowboys do not seem to be keen on surrendering any asset worth more than a third-round pick for Thomas, who may have expressed interest to play for Dallas before, but is only a controllable commodity until the end of the 2018 season.

The Seahawks have agreed to wipe away nearly all of the fines Thomas accrued during his holdout.

This news follows the report from Adam Schefter just moments before indicating the Cowboys had continued their push for the free safety, upping their trade offer to a second-round pick.

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The pressure is on the Cowboys now to make the Seahawks an offer they would accept, and so far, that hasn't happened. Obviously, the All-Pro safety wasn't happy, but he'll be back on the field for Seattle in Week 1.

With all hope of him being on a new team, under a new contract seemingly lost, Thomas took to Instagram to announce he was going to report to the Seahawks. Time will tell, but for now, Thomas will remain in Seattle. During the off-season would you have traded a second and third rounder for Thomas? That likelihood, apparently, is enough to keep the Cowboys brass from ponying up whatever pot-sweeteners Seattle now wants. Chancellor missed the first two games before reporting.

The Seahawks reportedly called the Cowboys on draft night, asking for the 50th pick alone in exchange for Thomas, a six-time Pro Bowler.

Thomas had been working out primarily in his native Texas, and specifically in Austin, where he attended the University of Texas.

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