If the Bears are interested in Torry Holt, they will have to wait until the veteran receiver becomes available.
Last week, the Florida Times Union reported the Jaguars would release Holt and tackle Tra Thomas on Monday, which is the first day team are allowed to cut players. Now the paper is saying that the two are still expected to be given their walking papers, but it likely won't come today.
The Jaguars are reportedly open to releasing the two veterans as soon as possible to make it easier for them to continue their careers with another team.
New Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz might be interested in adding Holt, 33, because he and Martz enjoyed great success together in St. Louis and Holt knows the system. The Bears may also be looking to add another receiver or two since Martz's attack requires more multiple receiver sets.
Holt isn't the receiver he once was but caught 51 passes for 722 yards and no touchdowns last season.