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Ginn played 15 of the Cardinals' 70 offensive snaps in Sunday's victory versus the Eagles, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Both Ginn and Jaron Brown are buried on the WR depth chart behind Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd, and John Brown. Consequently, Ginn, who wasn't targeted Sunday, will remain a return specialist, which is unlikely to change without an injury to the above trio.

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Ginn caught one pass (on three targets) for eight yards, rushed one time for four yards, and returned one punt for eight yards during Sunday's win versus the 49ers.

Once again, Ginn was sparsely used in the offense, earning only 13 of a possible 67 offensive snaps, according to FOX Sports 910 Phoenix, which ranked fourth among Cardinals wide receivers. Meanwhile, rookie WR John Brown has wrangled the No. 3 gig, at least, and seems poised to pass Larry Fitzgerald, if he hasn't already, in terms of output. As a result, fantasy relevance isn't really in reach for Ginn for the foreseeable future, barring an injury to the receiving corps.

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Ginn took a punt return 71 yards for a touchdown in Sunday's victory against the Giants in New York. However, he earned just 11 snaps on offense, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

Prior to the play, the offseason addition hadn't contributed much with the duties entrusted upon him. Nonetheless, in the fourth quarter Sunday, Ginn forced one defender to miss, before hitting a hole and scampering past punter Steve Weatherford for a game-breaking score. Ginn has little to show on offense, though, contributing two receptions (on three targets) for 29 yards through two outings. The primary culprit of snaps, rookie John Brown, should keep Ginn's overall value in check, as the random big play characterizes the veteran's first season in the Arizona desert.

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Ginn played 17-of-70 offensive snaps during Monday's victory versus the Chargers, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

While he matched rookie John Brown's 29 receiving yards, good for second among the 11 Cardinals to catch a pass in the opener, Ginn tied for fourth in receptions (with two) and fifth in targets (with three). It's clear that Carson Palmer's progressions place Ginn far down the priority list, and the latter didn't impress on kickoffs, either, running back three for 49 yards. The free-agent pickup currently sits fourth on the depth chart at wideout behind Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd, and Brown, the latter of which received more than double Ginn's snaps with 39. Consequently, Ginn will likely be hit-or-miss in his first campaign in the desert.

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Ginn (knee) wasn't listed on the Cardinals' injury report in advance of Monday's opener versus the Chargers, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

Ginn was hampered by a knee concern during the preseason, but even if he was healthy, it's unclear if he would have fended off rookie John Brown for the third wide receiver gig. Expect Ginn's touches to be contained to deep balls and the return game, at last off the bat, this season.

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Ginn appears to have fallen out of the third receiver job in the Cardinals' offense, the team's official site reports.

Both John and Jaron Brown have outplayed Ginn through three preseason contests, as he was held without a catch on one occasion and didn't play in the opener. Thus, Ginn's touches will likely be contained to deep balls and return duties, the latter of which he hasn't found much success to date (one kick return for 25 yards and four punt returns for 18 yards). To begin the season, he doesn't hold much value, even after inking a three-year deal with the Cardinals in the offseason.

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Ginn (knee) made one catch on two targets for seven yards in Saturday's preseason game versus the Vikings.

Ginn also fielded one punt, but was stopped after a two yard gain. Despite missing a couple practices to begin last week, the wideout was able to make his preseason debut Saturday, albeit with limited impact. Nonetheless, Ginn returning healthy boosts his chances of locking down the Cardinals' No. 3 receiver position and he'll have two more exhibition outings to build on Saturday's performance.

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Ginn (knee) may be a game-time call for Saturday's preseason outing in Minnesota, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Sitting out back-to-back practices Monday and Tuesday, Ginn continues to endure a knee injury. If his stay on the sidelines is extended, rookie John Brown could cement the No. 3 receiver role heading into the regular season. However, Ginn will still have two opportunities to display his understanding of Bruce Arians' offense, if he logs another DNP.

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Ginn (knee) is not expected to play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Texans.

Ginn wasn't previously known to be dealing with an injury, so the issue likely isn't all that serious. The veteran speedster is trying to hold off rookie thrid-round draft pick John Brown for the No. 3 wide receiver role.

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Cardinals agreed to terms with WR/KR Ted Ginn, formerly of the Panthers, on a three-year contract.