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Ted Ginn Jr. whiffs on football twice on one play, results in Panthers turnover

Ted Ginn Jr. has frustrated many teammates, coaches and fans with dropped passes over the years, but his latest flub was extremely costly to his Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Facing second-and-10 from the Denver Broncos’ 28-yard line in the third quarter, Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw a bullet to Ginn, who unfortunately for Carolina let it slip through his hands...
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Ted Ginn Jr.’s return to Carolina has been nothing short of 'super'

It may sound cliché, but from time to time two parties may have to fall apart to realize how much they need each other. Enter Ted Ginn Jr. and the Carolina Panthers. The rekindling of a relationship may sometimes generate matrimonial bliss. In the case of Ginn and the Panthers, it may turn into winning Super Bowl 50. On March 9, 2015, the relationship was revived. Prior to rekindling...
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Ted Ginn Jr: first round bust turned super bowl starter

Ted Ginn Jr. arrived in Miami as a highly-touted, ninth overall pick from Ohio State. He had blazing speed and playmaking ability with the Buckeyes. Ginn scored 26 total touchdowns in three years including eight return touchdowns. He seemed to be a sure fire pick. However, poor hands and a wiry 5’11’, 178 pound frame culminated in him being traded from Miami. In three years...
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Video: Ted Ginn Jr. Received Game Ball In Locker Room After NFC Title Game

Ohio State fans probably noticed the success of former Buckeyes during this past weekend’s NFL conference championships. Not only did former OSU defensive back and current Denver Bronco Bradley Roby pick off former Michigan quarterback Tom Brady to seal the AFC title, but former Buckeye receivers Ted Ginn Jr. and Corey (Philly) Brown combined for the first two scores of the NFC...
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Ohio State has the most players in Super Bowl 50

When you sit down to watch Super Bowl 50 in 2 weeks, you’re going to hear some very familiar names. That’s because there’s 5 former Ohio State Buckeyes that will be on the field when the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos face off.   Which is the most of any 1 college.  They are Ted Ginn Jr, Corey “Philly” Brown, Kurt Coleman, and Andrew Norwell for the Carolina Panthers...
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Meyer posts graphic showing former Buckeyes in Super Bowl

As we noted on Monday, Ohio State will see the most representation of any school in Super Bowl 50, with five former Buckeyes suiting up in the biggest game of them all. It looks like Urban Meyer and the team’s staff realize it too. Monday afternoon, Meyer tweeted out a graphic – which is sure to help recruiting – showing Ted Ginn Jr., Bradley Roby, Corey Smith, Kurt Coleman...
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Ted Ginn Jr. Fits Perfectly with the Carolina Panthers

Some die-hard college football fans might remember Carolina Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., as the electrifying return man who led Ohio State to the BCS National Championship Game in 2007. The Miami Dolphins liked what they saw out of the speedster, drafting him ninth overall in the 2007 NFL Draft. Despite some success in the return game, Ginn never looked like he reached his...
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WATCH: Ted Ginn, Jr. Hits Full Speed Chasing Down Patrick Peterson to Save a Touchdown

Not much went wrong for the Carolina Panthers during their 49-15 demolition of the Arizona Cardinals in Sunday's NFC Championship, but when something did, an all-out hustle effort from Ted Ginn, Jr. minimized the damage. Watch #tedginnjr come from the endzone to run down Patrick Peterson. #NFCChampionship #CARvsAZ — NFL (@NFLIive) January 25, 2016...
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Newton’s law: Cam and the Panthers curb-stomp the Cards

The headlines said that the Carolina Panthers lost their chance to complete a perfect season when they fell to the Atlanta Falcons in week 16 of this NFL season. Everyone knew what those headlines meant. However, after the Panthers crushed the powerless Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday night in Charlotte, they have earned a place in Super Bowl 50 opposite...
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WATCH: Ted Ginn Jr. scores on sweep using tremendous cutback

Ted Ginn Jr. made his presence known early on Sunday to spark an early lead for the Carolina Panthers over the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Championship Game. After breaking off a huge 32-yard gain on a punt return to set up the Panthers in excellent field position, Ginn finished off the drive with a rushing score. Here he is taking a jet sweep to the right all the way back across...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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