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Ginn made the most of both of his receptions Sunday against the Buccaneers, finishing with 18 yards and two touchdowns on three targets.
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Ginn nabbed four catches off of six targets for 93 yards in Sunday's win over the Saints.
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Ginn caught four of his nine targets for 41 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Texans. He also racked up 44 yards on four punt returns in the 24-17 win.
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Gin caught two passes for 54 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars. He also added 46 yards in three punt returns.
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Ted Ginn WR CAR 1 month ago
Coach Ron Rivera said Monday that Ginn is being viewed as one of the Panthers' starting wideouts heading into their Week 1 matchup with the Jaguars, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports.
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Ginn will sign with the Panthers on Monday, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Ginn was released by the Cardinals on Feb. 23, allowing him to become a free agent and sign elsewhere. It appears that landing spot is in Carolina, where he will give the Panthers added depth at the receiver slot and a threat in the return game. Ginn finished 2014 with 14 receptions for 190 yards in the 2014 campaign, and his numbers will likely turn out similarly ineffective in 2015.
Ted Ginn WR CAR 7 months ago
The Cardinals have released Ginn, the team's official site reports.
The move will save the Cards $2.5 million in salary cap space, on the heels of a season in which the wideout/returner caught just 14 passes for 190 yards and zero touchdowns. Ginn's ability as a returner will keep him employed in the NFL in 2015, but it remains to be seen how much work the 29-year-old will see in the passing game with his next team.
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Ginn notched 14 receptions (on 26 targets) for 190 yards during the 2014 campaign.
Ginn's first season in the Arizona desert likely didn't go as planned, especially after rookie speedster John Brown landed the No. 3 wide receiver gig out of training camp. As the Cardinals' primary return man, Ginn ranked last in the league among qualified kick returners, posting a miserable 19 yards per kickoff. However, he redeemed himself on punts, averaging 10.7 per return, including a game-changing touchdown scamper in Week 2 against the Giants. With two years remaining on his deal, he'll likely continue to hold down return duties, but the 29-year-old's relevance as a wide receiver may have been nixed due to Brown's emergence.
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Ginn recorded four receptions (on seven targets) for 61 yards during Sunday's loss in Atlanta.
Ginn was a distant fourth to Michael Floyd (54 snaps), John Brown (54), and Jaron Brown (35) in terms of wideout snaps, garnering 17 himself, according to FOX Sports 910 Phoenix. No matter, the infrequent usage didn't stop Ginn from ranking second in receiving yards, and third in both catches and targets, among Cardinals to haul in a pass. The outburst is likely an illusion, though, as he entered Week 13 with a miserable seven grabs for 111 yards on the season. Throwing another hurdle in Ginn's path is the potential return of Larry Fitzgerald on Sunday against the Chiefs, which could again relegate Ginn to return duties and little else.
Ted Ginn WR CAR 11 months ago
Ginn took the field for 11 of the Cardinals' 67 offensive snaps during Sunday's victory in Dallas, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
A glorified returner at this point in his career, Ginn managed to make a rare impact in the passing attack Sunday. With the Cardinals hanging on to a 14-10 lead midway through the fourth quarter, he gathered in a 27-yard throw down the left sideline and barely tapped his toes inbounds on a somewhat questionable play. Arizona proceeded to establish the final margin of victory on the touchdown drive, as Ginn's day concluded with two catches (on two targets) for 42 yards. The outing marked his most output on the season, but the offseason addition was surpassed in the receiving pecking order by rookie WR John Brown during the preseason, leaving Ginn to gobble up whatever scraps remain as the current campaign has proceeded.