There has been a lot of talk about the Ravens offensive failures from last season. Even more speculation has been made about what Baltimore will do to try and improve its receiving corps. Would they retain some of their veterans or will they draft a young receiver to grow with Quarterback Joe Flacco?
Regardless of what Baltimore chooses to do for next season, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, has made it clear that he wants to return to the Purple and Black. Here are a few of his comments from the National Football Post.
“I really, really, really enjoyed my time there,” Houshmandzadeh said. “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.”
This may seem strange considering T.J. was pretty vocal in his frustration about his role in the offense behind Anquan Boldin and Derrick Mason. But perhaps he realizes that this team may be his best shot at the moment to get to a Super Bowl and he has said that he wants a chance to prove himself again. Most fans remember his key drop in the AFC playoffs against the Steelers rather than the game-winning touchdown he snagged to beat Pittsburgh in Week Four. I’m sure that that play has weighed on his mind over the past few months.
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