A day after adding players at arguably the most important positions on the field--quarterback (there is no disputing that one) and left tackle--don't look for an acquisition spree by the Bears today.
Not if you are thinking veteran wide receiver Torry Holt, any way.
Holt visited the Tennessee Titans on Thursday and it does not look like the ex-St. Louis Ram will be coming this way.
"I don't see that,'' Holt's agent Kennard McGuire told the Sun-Times.
McGuire brokered the deal to get another ex-Ram, Orlando Pace, to the Bears on Thursday but Pace is focusing on the Titans and Jacksonville, where he has also visited. There is no rush. The situation could take its time to play out and that is what Titans coach Jeff Fisher said he expected to happen.
"We have several other teams that are interested,'' McGuire said. ``Torry has a process and he is going through that process. We will [have another visit] it is just a matter of time. He has to give his approval.''
Holt, who turns 33 in June, is reportedly looking for a good pay day. He'd be an instant upgrade for the Bears even if he has a knee issue that prevents him from being the vertical threat he once was. It could come down to an old-fashioned bidding war between division rivals that don't care much for one another. Just don't look for the Bears to be involved.
They're going to have to find some receivers for new quarterback Jay Cutler somewhere. We'll examine some draft options in a little bit. Check back.