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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.

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Free agent WR/KR Ted Ginn is meeting with the Cardinals Thursday.

It's a very intriguing fit. Bruce Arians is a master at getting his wideouts open and they have a hole at the No. 3 spot after losing Andre Roberts. The speedy Ginn would also provide a boost to a return unit that ranked 31st in kickoff return average last year while also stretching the defense in a situational deep threat role.

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The Giants are reportedly pursuing free agent WR/KR Ted Ginn.

After missing out on Jacoby Jones, the Giants are turning their attention to a similar player as they try to upgrade their return game. Ginn won't be cheap, however, He showed well when given opportunities as a wideout last year, giving him extra value to a team like the Panthers or Bucs.

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Free agent Ted Ginn is visiting the Bucs.

As is ex-Pats special teamer Dane Fletcher. With the Bucs loading up on veteran talent, Ginn would be a deep threat as a No. 3/4 receiver. The Bucs have also been linked to Steve Smith.

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The Charlotte Observer reports the Panthers hope to re-sign free agent Ted Ginn.

The former first-round bust is coming off a career year, and was Cam Newton's most reliable deep threat last season. Ginn's "career year" still consisted of just 36 catches for 556 yards and five touchdowns, but wanting to re-sign him shouldn't elicit the snickers it would have in the past. Two months shy of his 29th birthday, Ginn still has speed to burn.

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Following Sunday's loss, Cam Newton said the 49ers were paying more "attention" to Ted Ginn than any other Panthers receiver.

Ginn's agent should take this quote with him to upcoming free agency negotiations. The former bust of a first-round pick by the Dolphins quietly turned into a legit playmaker as a receiver this season, catching 36 passes for 556 yards with a career-high five touchdowns. With Steve Smith slowing down and Brandon LaFell heading for free agency as well, the Panthers should make an effort to bring back Ginn.