T.J. Houshmandzadeh could soon be playing for the Oakland Raiders or Washington Redskins.
After being released by the Seattle Seahawks this weekend, the veteran wide receiver pretty much can pick the team he wants to play for, provided they are in need of a wide receiver. But Housh already has his eyes set on the silver and black or burgundy and gold according to Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times.
Making him even more attractive is the fact that the Seahawks will be picking up the majority of the tab for his 2010 contract. Because of his $7 million guaranteed with his former team, Houshmandzadeh can sign for the league minimum with his new team and the Seahawks would be required to cover the remainder of the $7 million.
He led the team in receptions last season.
Of the Raiders and Redskins, Washington has the more pressing need for a veteran wide receiver. The team has made it clear that they were open to bringing in another veteran target for Donovan McNabb.