One of the most productive wideouts in NFL history, Holt, a seven-time Pro Bowl selection, holds several NFL records. He is the only wide receiver in league history to have six or more 1,300-yard receiving seasons and has the most consecutive seasons with 90+ receptions (6).
Holt reached 10,000 (116 games) and 11,000 yards (130 games) career receiving yards faster than any other player, and he holds the league record for most receptions in a single decade (868, 2000-2009) and receiving yards in a single decade (12,594, 2000-2009).
The ACC's Offensive Player of the Year in 1998, Holt set numerous records at NC State and had his No. 81 retired by the Wolfpack.
He was picked No. 6 overall in the 1999 draft by the Rams and helped lead them to a Super Bowl title in 1999 as a rookie, where he set a NFL record for receptions (7) and receiving yards (109) by a rookie.
Here is video of Holt formally announcing his retirement from the NFL, courtesy of the St. Louis Rams.