WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh: He is the most high profile, a player who led the Seahawks in catches last season with 79 and has caught 373 passes over the previous four seasons. He is scheduled to earn $7 million for 2010, a salary that is guaranteed.
On Monday on ESPN 710 AM, his future was discussed, and Brock Huard pointed out the possibility that he might not fit, he is ideally a slot receiver and if he doesn't buy into that role, would Seattle consider moving on? Huard did not say Seattle would nor did he advocate that the Seahawks should. He pointed out it is a consideration.
Houshmandzadeh is targeted frequently, and now, he's not that productive after the catch.
It's hard for me to imagine a team decides its better off parting ways with a player who is not only one of the more productive receivers in terms of receptions, but who is as competitive as Houshmandzadeh is.
With a healthy Matt Hasselbeck and a questionable...yet upcoming WR corps, I'd be shocked if TJ was cut.