Thursday, July 30, 2015

Report: Housh to visit Seahawks

T.J. Houshmandzadeh has a visit planned with the Seattle Seahawks, according to Alex Marvez of

Report: Housh to visit Seahawks


T.J. Houshmandzadeh has a visit planned with the Seattle Seahawks, according to Alex Marvez of

That's the only team reportedly bringing him in so far, as of 10:50 a.m. It was thought that Houshmandzadeh, the consensus top free agent receiver, would draw interest from several teams, but it hasn't happened yet. Or at least it hasn't been reported.

In my earlier post, I wrote about Houshmandzadeh appearing on ESPN late last night and mentioning the Eagles as one of the four teams he'd be interested in playing for. He also reportedly sent ESPN 950 a text message, saying: "I don't know what's gonna happen, if they want me I will be an Eagle tomorrow."

Meanwhile, a source tells Tom Kowalski of that the Lions could be a potential suitor for Houshmandzadeh's services. According to the source, Houshmandzadeh was at the top of Detroit's wish list, but the Lions thought he'd be too expensive.

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