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Ted Ginn returning to the Carolina Panthers

The Cleveland Browns were considering bringing former Ohio State wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. back to his hometown of Cleveland Ohio, but it seems that the veteran ultimately will be returning to Carolina. According to the Charlotte Observer and their sources, Ginn is headed back to the Panthers after his stint in Arizona with the Cards. Ted Ginn Jr., who played with the Panthers...
Via Waiting For Next Year
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Panthers Signing WR Ted Ginn Jr

Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer reports that veteran WR Ted Ginn Jr is signing with the Carolina Panthers. The Cardinals released Ginn in a move that created $2.5 million in cap space for Arizona. Since then he visited with the 49ers and Browns. I previously speculated that the Panthers could be a team to have some interest ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Browns considering former Buckeye Ted Ginn Jr

In the day where players tend to be better recruiters than their coaches, could Donte Whitner have enough pull to get fellow Clevelander Ted Ginn Jr. to be the next member of the Cleveland Browns? According to multiple reports, Whitner has been in talks with head coach Mike Pettine about adding the veteran receiver to the team, with Ginn Jr.’s ties extending to Cleveland and Ohio...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Cardinals release Ted Ginn Jr.

The Arizona Cardinals have released wide receiver/return specialist Ted Ginn Jr. Ginn was signed as a free agent a year ago in hopes of punching up the return game and serving as a speed receiver to complement starters Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. But his contributions in the return game were inconsistent (26 punt returns for 277 yards and one touchdown), and rookie John Brown...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals Offseason Review: Ted Ginn, Jr.

Today’s review covers Ted Ginn, Jr. and his year of receiving and kick returns.Height: 5’11 Weight: 185 D.O.B.: April 12, 1985School: Ohio State Experience: 8 Position: WR/KRGoing Into Season:After Javier Arenas’ disappointing year as a kick returner, the Cardinals brought in Ginn, Jr. to sharpen up the return game along with providing depth at the receiver position.The Cardinals...
Via Pro Football Spot
February 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Is Ted Ginn Jr. of the Arizona Cardinals the NFL’s best kick returner?

Everybody loves to rank the top ten quarterbacks in the NFL. It seems like people never get tired of arguing about it. However, there are 22 players on the field at any given time and no one player can swing the momentum like a kick returner can. So how come nobody ranks the top ten kick returners in the league? Who knows? But we set out to fix that. A lot of factors go into kick...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
October 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ted Ginn Jr. carves up Giants' defense on punt return

Ted Ginn Jr. might never shake his bust label after the Dolphins were overaggressive in grabbing with a 1st-rounder but he will never have problems shaking inferior special teamers. Watch as the speedy return man abuses the Giants with a 71-yard punt return touchdown to give the Cardinals a 4th quarter lead. Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Ted Ginn returns punt 71 yards for touchdown

Ted Ginn is really fast. He reminded the New York Giants of just how fast he truly is on a third-quarter punt by Steve Weatherford, shaking off a tackler and taking off down the middle of the field for a 71-yard touchdown return. Ginn silenced the rallying MetLife Stadium crowd, shifting momentum back into Arizona’s favor with an electrifying punt return gave the Cardinals a 19...
Via The Sports Daily
September 14, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Arizona Cardinals PR Tedd Ginn Jr. Learns the Hard Way it's Okay to Call for a Fair Catch

During the preseason when guys are fighting for a spot on the final roster they have to do whatever they can to show their skills off. What sucks is that they don't always get many opportunities to do so making every one that does come there way count. Ted Ginn Jr. is an okay player, but he is also 29 and working on making his fourth roster in eight seasons. @_MarcusD_/TwitterSo...
Via FatManWriting
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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