Torry Holt is available if Bears general manager Jerry Angelo is interested in reuniting the veteran receiver with new offensive coordinator Mike Martz in Chicago.
The Jaguars released Holt, tackle Tra Thomas and defensive lineman Rob Meier on Thursday.
Angelo might be looking for an extra receiver to accommodate Martz's multiple-receiver formations and the coach and receiver enjoyed much success together in St. Louis.
Holt, 33, may not be the player he was at the height of "The Greatest Show on Turf," but he caught 51 passes for 722 yards for the Jaguars last season, and he knows Martz's system.
"After completing our postseason roster evaluation, we've made the decision in the best interest of the organization to release three veteran players with tremendous playing history in the league," Jaguars General Manager Gene Smith said. "All three players have played 10 or more years in the NFL and have made a positive impact on the Jaguars organization. These decisions certainly weren't easy ones, as Torry, Tra and Rob have over 350 starts between them and they still have the ability contribute for other teams in the league."
"I think we've laid a good foundation and we just need to continue to build," Smith said. "We feel a lot better about our roster heading into the 2010 season."