Seahawks receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, who has from time to time said a few things that maybe in hindsight he shouldn’t have said, possibly has added another item to his list of foot-in-mouth moments.
Asked about the sanctions handed out last week by the NCAA to USC and former Trojans coach Pete Carroll’s decision to jump to the Seahawks, Houshmandzadeh tells TMZ that Carroll made the right decision.
“Yeah, of course,” Houshmandzadeh said. “Get out when the house is burning.”
Houshmandzadeh speaks the truth. But sometimes an NFL head coach doesn’t want the truth to be spoken by his players. Or, for that matter, anyone else.