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Kevin Lynch of SFGate.com believes that veteran wide receiver/kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. could be in danger of being cut by the San Francisco 49ers during training camp.
The 49ers are loaded at the receiver position and Ginn has reportedly been rehabbing an unknown injury this offseason that’s caused him to miss OTA’s and minicamp. If he can’t get healthy Lynch thinks the Niners could turn to Perrish Cox or Kyle Williams to return kicks.
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