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T.J. Houshmandzadeh
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Football Player
    (September 26, 1977- )
    Birth name is Touraj Houshmandzadeh Jr.
    Wide Receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals (2001-2008), Seattle Seahawks, Baltimore Ravens and Oakland Raiders
    Arabian and African American
    He dropped out of high school.
    His surname is extremely long and hard to pronounce.
    Because of this, Chad Johnson called him 'T.J. Who's-your-momma?' and Chris Berman called him 'T.J., you says HoushmandZAYdeh, I say HoushmandZAHdeh.'
    He retained his birth father's surname despite the fact he had no contact with him.
    He named one of his daughters Karrington.
    He is injury prone.
    He earned his GED and attended college.
    He and Chad Johnson were considered one of the NFL's exciting receiving tandems.
    He allowed people to make jokes about his surname.
    He converted from running back to wide receiver in college.
    He was a college teammate of Chad Johnson before they played together with the Bengals.
    He rarely dropped passes.
    He went from a junior college player, to an NFL starter.

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