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Ravens Signing Houshmandzadeh Great Move

Associated Press

The Ravens signing wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh Monday was a great move.

If the Cincinnati Bengals have all the firepower in the AFC North, then what about the Ravens? Offensively, they should be able to go toe to toe with any team in the league, not just passing offense, but pure balance.

Houshmandzadeh has been a little eccentric at times during his career, but name me a top receiver who hasn't. He has always been a thorn in the Ravens' sideand he is tough. He has no fear of going over the middle and going after a pass.

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