T.J. Houshmandzadeh told Adam Schein and Rich Gannon of Sirius NFL Radio that would like to return to the Baltimore Ravens despite the largely disappointing season there.
“I really, really, really enjoyed my time there,” Houshmandzadeh said, via the Baltimore Sun. “You will never hear me say anything bad about the Baltimore Ravens. It was an unbelievable experience for me. Obviously things didn’t go the way I would have liked. But from top to bottom, unbelievable, man, the way they treat you, the way they run things, it is unbelievable. The things you hear about it, about the Baltimore Ravens organization, is true. I couldn’t believe the way they treated me and just the way they treat everybody there. It’s an unbelievable experience.”
I can see him buying into being a part of a team that appreciates having him on their roster when you consider what happened in Seattle. It will be interesting to see if Baltimore feels it’s best retain him for another year or if they would rather get younger at skill position that didn’t pay off as well as they would have liked last season. The Ravens are rumored to be targeting a WR in the upcoming draft, probably in the middle-rounds, so keeping Housh (34) along with Derrick Mason (37) and Anquan Boldin (31) would give a receiving core with plenty of experience but that comes with a price.