Three former principle members of the Greatest Show on Turf could soon be hitting the open market. Receiver Torry Holt changed his agent to Kennard McGuire this week, the same agent who represents tackle Orlando Pace. McGuire is expected to meet with new executive vice president of football operations and chief operating officer Kevin Demoff this week to talk about the future of his two clients in St. Louis.
St. Louis can either choose to renegotiate, release or trade the players. Holt had only 64 receptions in 2008, and finished below 1,000 receiving yards (796) for the first time since his rookie season in 1999. He also posted a career-low three touchdown receptions as the offense struggled. Pace started 14 games for St. Louis in 2008, after missing most of the 2007 season.
Mike Singletary told the Sacramento Bee that he doesn’t know if receiver Isaac Bruce will return for the 2009 season, or if he will retire.
Of course, former ringleader Kurt Warner still has to decide on his future, too.