Report: Seahawks Shopping T.J. Houshmandzadeh
Seattle signed the veteran wide receiver last year, but he has seemingly become expendable given the team's emerging young receivers, the report said, citing league sources.
But with the new season upon us, Houshmandzadeh's options would appear limited, particularly due to his $7 million salary, the NFL Network said. It added that "executives with teams that are in the market for receivers say they have no interest in taking on Houshmandzadeh's contract."
The Seahawks appear ready to go with the trio of Mike Williams, rookie Golden Tate and Brandon Jones as their top three receivers heading into the 2010 campaign.
Williams, a former first-round pick by Detroit, has made a phenomenal comeback to the game after missing the last two seasons. Tate, a second-round pick in April's draft from Notre Dame, has come along faster than expected, and Jones appears to have found a home in Seattle after being released by San Francisco on Aug. 22 and then signing with Seattle four days later.