Jacksonville signed both veterans last spring. Thomas departs Jacksonville with two years remaining on a three-year deal, while Holt had two years remaining on his three-year, $13 million contract. Holt established career lows in catches (51), yards (722) and touchdowns (0) in his lone season in teal, while Thomas ended the season behind rookies Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton on the depth chart.
Stellino also reports that both players plan to continue their careers. Holt, 33, made a name for himself in St. Louis under the tutelage of Mike Martz, who recently became the offensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears. Thomas, 35, spent the first 11 years of his career with Philadelphia.