While the Bengals have an offer on the table to retain the the talented receiver, Houshmandzadeh visited the Minnesota Vikings Saturday, as he continued his quest for a new home.
On Friday, the wayfaring wide receiver paid a visit to the Seattle Seahawks, after his agent was told by Eagles officials they are no longer interested in his client's services.
During his eight-year career with the Bengals, Houshmandzadeh has amassed 507 catches for 5,782 yards, 37 touchdowns, and 23 carries for 142 yards and a touchdown. He was also named the starter in 74 games out of 105 played.
It was rumored late Saturday night that Houshmandzadeh will choose his home Sunday evening.