Houshmandzadeh told ESPN’s Bob Holtzman last week that there is a “90-something percent chance” he won’t return to the Bengals.
Houshmandzadeh said he also thinks Chad Johnson’s days in Cincinnati are over.
What are the chances of both of these elite wide receivers coming to the Bears?
The chances are pretty slim, but could you imagine Devin Hester, Chad Johnson, and TJ Houshmandzadeh all in a Bears uniform together.
That would be pretty sweet.
But, Housh wants a lot of dough this off season and you’d probably have to give up a 2nd and a 3rd draft pick to get Ocho Cinco from the Bengals.
If this did actually happen, the Bears would be one of the better offensive teams.
They could have Orton, Forte, Hester, Housh, Chad Johnson, Greg Olsen and Dez Clark all on the field at once.
I know every Bears fan would love this, but it would not only take a lot of money, but also a lot of decisions out of Jerry Angelo.
Angelo probably wouldn’t make these moves considering what he said at this weekend’s combine about the Bears receivers:
‘I like what we have [at receiver], they need to continue to develop. But again, our play starts with our lines. I don’t want to get so focused on the receiver position — although, yes, we do need to look at the receiver position, as well. And that’s why I say we can go a lot of ways on draft day. And that’s the silver lining because it will allow us to create more options and allow us then to get the best players at those particular rounds.”
all quotes from chicagosuntimes.com