"I still haven't moved on," said the wide receiver, an unrestricted free agent who is hoping to latch onto either the Ravens or another franchise for an 11th season. "I have a lot of pride about what I do, and I'm very, very competitive. … It ended in a terrible way, a way that I never thought it would have ended. But I don't know what's going to happen. I really don't. But I wish I would've played the way I normally play, and I didn't. So that's why I look forward to the end of the lockout because I wholeheartedly believe that things will be a whole lot different."When the Ravens snapped up Houshmandzadeh shortly after he was waived by the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 4, visions of Houshmandzadeh, Anquan Boldin and Derrick Mason carving up opposing defenses danced in the heads of many Ravens fans.