Ravens wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh told the media this week that he has liked his time in Baltimore despite his lack of involvement in the offense this season. The veteran went on to say that he will worry about next year “when it comes,” but that depending on how he’s utilized he would consider coming back to the Ravens in 2011.

According to an article on NationalFootballPost.com, Housh said that there are a lot of things to consider in his decision.

“Once the season ends, one, are we going to be playing football? How many games will we play? Will it be a full season or a full offseason? And, two, you don’t know what will happen. That’s the most important thing, what do they have in mind for me.”

Houshmandzadeh said it won’t necessarily be a financial decision. It will come down to what the Ravens envision for him on the field, if anything.

Would you want to bring T.J. Houshmandzadeh back next season?