T.J. Houshmandzadeh Wait Will Apparently Continue

Those who remain on T.J. Houshmandzadeh watch will evidently have to maintain the vigil a little longer.  According to Bengals.com, there’s a good chance now that T.J., who was still enjoying the Vikings‘ hospitality the last we heard, will not make up his mind until Monday about where he wants to play in 2009.  The good news is that Seattle seems to have all but dropped out of the race, meaning it’s between the Vikes and CincinnatiZygi Wilf‘s presentation to Housh the last two days is being described as a “full-court press,” but the Bengals could still be willing to cough up more money and a longer-term deal than the 3 years @ around $10 million/per the Vikes are believed prepared to offer.

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  • All Day 28

    Come on T.J. just pull the trigger and put on the Purple

  • Mike

    10 Mil a year and a chance to actually win or lose, lose, lose, with the Bungals?  Why is this taking so long?

  • All Day 28

    I dunno, why are you even worried about it Mikey, you didnt like the idea of him joining our Viks the other day

  • Mike

    Hey All Day, that is a different Mike.  I didn’t write that.  I’m over here.


    He’s going to be a Vikings tomorrow.

    There’s a reason why he’s staying in Minnesota tonight.

    After McNabb here’s the big news, he’s going straight to Minnesota to be the 4th QB to compete for the starting job!  It makes  sense to me!

  • Jacob

    For what it’s worth…

    I just got back from the Target Center where the wolves got creamed by the Rockets. 

    Wilf showed up in the middle of the third quarter.  Right when he entered the arena the people around me started shouting “SIGN T.J.!!!” and he turned around and gave the thumbs up.

  • Mike

    Housh was the Vikings second choice?  I just read the Vikings offered Michael Clayton something like $5 million per year but he turned them down to stay in Tampa Bay.  Strange Clayton would be their first choice!

  • Mike

    The Vikings must wait for a Houshmandzadeh decision because they didn’t offer him as much money as the Bengals and Seahawks.  That makes me feel better because maybe they will have enough money left over to get a real QB.