The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are starting to line up free agent visits at One Buccaneer Place.
Cincinnati Bengals free agent wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh is scheduled to visit the Buccaneers on Sunday, according to ESPN.
PewterReport.com's attempts to reach Houshmandzadeh's agent and the Buccaneers to confirm or deny this report were unsuccessful.
Houshmandzadeh, 31, has caught 507 catches for 5,782 yards (11.4 avg.) and 37 touchdowns during his eight-year career with Cincinnati.
But the 6-foot-1, 199-pound Houshmandzadeh isn't the only receiver the Bucs have expressed interest in signing since free agency began on Friday morning.
The Bucs are also interested in Steelers free agent WR Nate Washington and Saints free agent WR Devery Henderson. PewterReport.com hasn't been able to confirm a visit for either player. The Bucs are also interested in re-signing WR Michael Clayton, who has received interest from Detroit and Seattle.
Houshmandzadeh has drawn interest from several teams, including Detroit, Seattle, Minnesota and Philadelphia.
As PewterReport.com first reported, the Bucs spent part of Saturday visiting with Raiders free agent guard Cooper Carlisle.