Decade's Top Ten: No. 5 Terrence Holt

Pack Pride takes a look back at the last ten years and breaks down our picks for the top players of the decade. Today we break down our pick at No. 5, safety Terrence Holt.
September 7, 2009

Graham Impressing in Vasher's Stead

The Chicago Bears have a lot of money invested in the cornerback position with both Charles Tillman and Nathan Vasher, although Vasher's bum wrist has given young Corey Graham the opportunity to show that he can be a starter on this team. Get the Inside Slant from the NFL experts at Scout.com.
October 23, 2008

Scout Analysis: S Terrence Holt

The Chicago Bears are just beat up in the secondary heading into the Week 8 bye, but they made a move Wednesday by signing ex-Arizona and ex-Detroit S Terrence Holt. Bear Report consults with Cardinals expert Amberly Richardson and Lions expert Nate Caminata for some Scout.com insider analysis.
October 22, 2008

Cardinals Continue Talks with Fitz

The key to the Cardinals' plans this off-season is restructuring the contract of receiver Larry Fitzgerald. The present deal is so burdensome financially that it will severely restrict the team's options in free agency
February 22, 2008

Cardinals Release Terrence Holt

The Cardinals cut three players today, most notably starting safety Terrence Holt. Tackle Oliver Ross and defensive lineman Chris Cooper were also given their walking papers. Arizona will use its time at the NFL Combine to scout potential replacements.
February 21, 2008

Rolle Aims to Hold Francisco at Bay

For three years, the Cardinals insisted that Antrel Rolle was better suited to play cornerback than safety. That wasn't just the opinion of the coach who drafted Rolle, Dennis Green, but that of Ken Whisenhunt, too. But after watching Rolle for a season, Whisenhunt and his staff came to the conclusion that they needed to move Rolle.
February 15, 2008

Whisenhunt Shuffles Pieces into Place

The secondary will undergo further renovation this offseason, including moving cornerback Antrel Rolle to free safety and the likely release of free safety Terrence Holt.
February 15, 2008