Torry Holt voted a Hall of Fame semifinalist, Steven Jackson comes up short again

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Torry Holt has been deserving of a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame for a long time, and he’ll get another crack at Canton in 2022. The Hall of Fame announced the 26 semifinalists for the Class of 2022 and Holt was selected one again.

It’s his eighth straight year being named a semifinalist, dating all the way back to 2015. Unfortunately, fellow Rams legend Steven Jackson was not voted a semifinalist in his second year of eligibility.

Holt is the only former Rams player who was voted a semifinalist for the 2022 class, attempting to join his former teammate Isaac Bruce, who was inducted as a member of the Class of 2020.

Holt won one Super Bowl in 10 years with the Rams, earning seven Pro Bowl selections – more than even Bruce had. He was a first-team All-Pro in 2003 when he led the NFL in receptions (117) and yards (1,696).

From 2000-2007, Holt recorded at least 1,100 yards each year, leading the league in receiving twice. He finished his 11-year career with 920 catches, 13,382 yards and 74 touchdowns.

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