Morning take: T.J. watch continues

March, 2, 2009
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Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:

  • Free agent receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh will take a little more time before making a decision. His options include the Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks or returning to the Cincinnati Bengals.

Morning take: The fact that Houshmandzadeh remains in Minneapolis could be a clue of where he's leaning. Of the three teams, that appears to be the most logical choice if "Housh" wants to join a playoff contender.

(Update: There have been some conflicting reports and it turns out Houshmandzadeh did leave Minnesota Sunday night.)

  • Following the signing of cornerback Domonique Foxworth, veteran Samari Rolle wants to be released from the Baltimore Ravens.

Morning take: Rolle, 32, sees the writing on the wall as Baltimore is getting younger in the secondary. The Ravens also would save more than $4 million off their cap, making his release likely.

Morning take: The Browns were rumored to be interested in talking with Goodman. Several days into free agency, Cleveland only traded one player (Kellen Winslow) for draft picks.

Morning take: This sounds like a good match for Washington, who would bring a needed deep threat to Nashville. Let's see if Tennessee will eventually close this deal.

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