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The 49ers and KR/PR Specialist Ted Ginn Jr, have agreed on a new one year deal. With the return of Ginn, the 49ers do not need to look for another return specialist in the draft. Ginn hopes to see action at the WR spot, but with the additions of Manningham and Moss, that might be hard. In his first career tour as an unrestricted free agent, Ginn visited the Minnesota Vikings, Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions this offseason. But ultimately, Ginn left his heart in San Francisco. “The 49ers are my heart,” Ginn said in Thursday’s conference call with the local media. “We went so far that I just felt like coming back was the best thing for me and my family.”
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