Sources told ESPN's Michael Smith the deal was worth more than $40 million for five years, with more than $15 million guaranteed.
"I just felt it was the best destination, it was the best team, it was the best choice for me," Houshmandzadeh told ESPN.
So, Seattle plugged it's #1 receiver hole. We've all been assuming that Crabtree would probably never make it past Seattle at #4, but with the their pressing need met the situation has changed. Now, we probably need a receiver even more than they do. The odds of us landing the next Calvin Johnson just went up drastically. Thoughts?
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