The Cowboys don't need wide receivers, Jerry Jones says, so they wouldn't have any interest in Torry Holt.
The St. Louis Rams released him on Friday, parting ways with one of the last remaining holdovers from their "Greatest Show on Turf" glory days.
The move came three days after the Rams released offensive tackle Orlando Pace, another mainstay from the era when the Rams won their only Super Bowl and lost another on the game's final play.
Holt is 32 and Pace is 33 and combined the moves created $14 million in salary cap space. Holt would have received a $1.25 million roster bonus Tuesday.
Only defensive end Leonard Little and quarterback Marc Bulger remain from the team that lost Super Bowl 36 in 2002 to the Patriots, and Bulger was an inactive third-string quarter for every game that season.
The Rams are trying to get younger as they rebuild after going 2-14 in 2008 and 5-27 over the last two seasons. Since the end of last season they've named a new general manager, Billy Devaley, a new coach, Steve Spagnuolo, cut several veteran players and signed three free agents from other teams.
— This report contains material from The Associated Press