Jacksonville Won’t Bring Back WR Holt and OT Thomas in 2010

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The Jags will be making plenty of moves this offseason to look to get back to the postseason, and two moves that are on the way according to the Florida Times-Union is the release of WR Torry Holt and OT Tra Thomas:

Wide receiver Torry Holt and offensive tackle Tra Thomas, two veteran free agents who were signed last year, won’t be returning to the Jaguars next season. The Jaguars can’t make the moves official until next week because players can’t be waived before Monday, but the players were given advance notice because they both hope to continue their careers, and the Jaguars want to give them time to find new teams. Holt, 33, was the Jaguars’ third-leading receiver with 51 catches for 722 yards this season while Thomas started three games, saw part-time duty in the two games and didn’t play in the last seven.


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