Holt Retiring As A Ram

Former St. Louis WR Torry Holt will officially retire as a member of the Rams, calling it quits on a long and distinguished career. He also played for the Jaguars and was last seen trying to make a comeback with the Patriots.

Former Rams wide receiver Torry Holt, the second-leading pass-catcher in club history in receptions, yards and touchdowns, will retire as a member of the St. Louis Rams after signing a one-day contract,.

Holt, a first-round pick in 1999, played 10 seasons with the Rams and had 869 receptions for 12,660 yards and 74 touchdowns. He played the 2009 season in Jacksonville and added 51 receptions for 722 yards to his career totals. Holt went to training camp with the New England Patriots in 2010, but was released with an injury settlement Aug. 17.

Once Holt signs a ceremonial one-year contract, he must be on the roster for one day before being declared reserve/retired the following day.

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