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19 Ted Ginn WR
Height/Weight: 5-11/185 | Birthdate: 4/12/1985 | Birthplace: Cleveland, OH, USA | Team: Arizona | College: Ohio State | NFL Experience: 8 | Owned/Started%: 2/0 | Average Draft Position: 138.00
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Cardinals backup pass catchers find ways to chip in


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) The Cardinals received some contributions from their backups Week 7.

John Brown led the way, gaining 41 yards on two receptions. He also received one carry, but lost five yards. Tight end John Carlson also caught two passes, gaining 20 yards. Ted Ginn Jr. caught one ball for 19 yards. He also fumbled, but the Cardinals managed to recover.

Jaron Brown picked up 9 yards on a reception, and Rob Housler gained 7 yards on his only catch.

All five players will take on the Eagles Week 8. 


Cardinals backup pass catchers contribute little Week 5


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) The Cardinals backup pass catchers contributed little Week 5.

Tight end John Carlson hauled in two catches for 19 yards. John Brown also caught two passes, but only gained 4 yards. Ted Ginn didn't catch a pass, but had a rushing attempt that went for -1 yards.

All three players will take on Washington Week 6. 


Ted Ginn, Michael Floyd sit out preseason game


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/9/2014) The Cardinals will be without wide receivers Ted Ginn and Michael Floyd Saturday against the Texans due to injuries, the team announced. Ginn is nursing a knee injury and is expected to miss a "few days," while Floyd will sit out approximately 6-10 days due to a groin injury.

The team will travel to Minnesota on Aug. 16 for a preseason game against the Vikings.

Addition of Ted Ginn should help Larry Fitzgerald, Michael Floyd


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(4/10/2014) Cardinals offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin believes that the addition of receiver Ted Ginn will only help the prospects for Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd to have big seasons in 2014

"[I]t's going to help the overall passing game a lot from a play-action standpoint and a drop-back standpoint," Goodwin said of Ginn's arrival per the Arizona Republic. "It's going to help Larry (Fitzgerald) and Michael (Floyd)."

The thinking is that Ginn will attract enough coverage to keep extra defenders from playing tight on Fitzgerald and Floyd. Without a third receiver boasting speed like Ginn, Fitzgerald had 954 yards and 10 touchdowns while Floyd posted 1,041 yards and five touchdowns. 


Cardinals sign Ted Ginn


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/13/2014) The Cardinals on Thursday signed receiver Ted Ginn to a three-year deal, reports the team's official website.

Ginn spent 2013 with the Panthers and had 36 catches for 556 yards and five touchdowns. He also averaged 23.8 yards per kick return and 12.2 yards per punt return.

He is expected to be the No. 3 receiver for the Cardinals behind Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd.


Giants checking out Ted Ginn?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/13/2014) The Giants have shown interest in free agent receiver Ted Ginn, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Ginn is an option for the Giants after missing on Jacoby Jones, who re-signed with the Ravens. Ginn had 556 receiving yards despite limited snaps and revitalized the return game for the Panthers last season, averaging 23.8 yards per kick return and 12.2 yards per punt return. 

Re-signing Ted Ginn higher priority than Brandon LaFell


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/14/2014) With Carolina's Nos. 2 and 3 receivers, Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn, headed for free agency, the Panthers are expected to make re-signing Ginn a higher priority, reports the Charlotte Observer. Ginn had 556 receiving yards despite limited snaps and revitalized the return game.

LaFell's agent tried to work out an extension with the team before the season, but was told no deals would be done until the offseason, the report said.

Ginn made it clear he wants to return. He's grateful the Panthers gave him a chance at receiver, in contrast to his former team the 49ers.

“I want to be able to give them the joy back by having me and sticking together,” Ginn told the paper. “There’s nothing like being somewhere where you have good people around you."


Panthers backup receivers average against San Francisco


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(1/12/2014) Panthers backup wide receivers Ted Ginn Jr. and Brandon LaFell turned in average games against the 49ers.

Three of Ginn's four catches came on the team's final two drives. He finished the game with 104 yards. A large chunk of his yardage was compiled on a late screen pass that went for 59 yards when the game was basically out of reach. LaFell was targeted a team-high seven times, but caught just four passes for 34 yards. 


Panthers receivers don't do much


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/29/2013) The Panthers receivers didn't do much Sunday at Atlanta in Week 17.

Ted Ginn scored a touchdown, but he had just two catches for 6 yards on five targets. Domenik Hixon had two catches for 16 yards on three targets. Brandon LaFell had no catches on five targets.

Steve Smith (knee) was out for this game, but he should return for the playoffs. The Panthers won the NFC South title and locked up the No. 2 seed. They next play in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. 


Ted Ginn, Brandon LaFell have sleeper appeal in Week 17


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/26/2013) The Panthers head into Week 17 at Atlanta without Steve Smith (knee), which should allow Ted Ginn and Brandon LaFell the chance to play well in a solid matchup against the Falcons.

Atlanta has allowed 16 receivers to reach double digits in Fantasy points, including Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin last week, with 17 touchdowns. None of the Panthers receivers scored against the Falcons in Week 9, but they could correct that in the rematch.

We would give Ginn the slight edge over LaFell because of his big-play ability, but both Carolina receivers should be considered sleepers. Go into Week 17 with Ginn as a low-end No. 3 receiver and LaFell as a Hail Mary type of plug-and-play option in deeper formats.


Ted Ginn Jr. leads the way Week 16


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. led the team in receiving Week 16.

Ginn caught just two passes, but picked up 66 yards. Both of his catches were big plays. He caught a 29 yard pass in the third quarter, and added a 37 yard pass in the fourth quarter. He will take on the Falcons Week 17.


Ted Ginn barely involved in Week 15


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn was barely involved during Sunday's win over the Jets in Week 15.

Ginn caught a 10-yard pass from Cam Newton and took an endaround for a gain of 14 yards in the third quarter. He was held to just one catch for 10 yards in a 30-20 victory. He has just three catches for 15 yards over his last two games.

Ginn will try to get back on track at home against the Saints in Week 16. He had only five receiving yards against the Saints in Week 14 in New Orleans.

Can Ted Ginn get back on track?


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/13/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn could be in line for a bounce back performance at home against the Jets in Week 15.

Ginn had just as many receiving yards (five) as targets (five) in Week 14 against the Saints. He has been held under 50 yards in each of his last six games. He has 31 receptions for 474 yards and four touchdowns on the year.

Ginn will face a New York defense that has allowed six touchdowns to wide receivers over the last four games. Opposing wide receivers have scored 25.54 Fantasy points per game against the Jets this season. Still, consider him a low-end starting option in deeper formats, at best, for Week 15.

Panthers DST hits major speed bump in New Orleans


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2013) The Panthers DST entered Week 14 red hot and left the Superdome humiliated. The unit got picked apart by Drew Brees and the Saints, allowing a season-high 31 points.

The Panthers sacked Brees twice but otherwise rarely pressured him. They did not force a turnover. New Orleans converted 7 of 12 third downs and rolled up 373 yards.

Among the few highlights, defensive end Mario Addison and safety Quintin Mikell registered sacks, and Ted Ginn had a 32-yard punt return.

Carolina, which came in allowing a league-low 13.1 points, should have a lot more success Week 15 when the Jets visit.


Panthers get minor contributions


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2013) Several Panthers made small offensive contributions Week 14 at New Orleans. Receiver Brandon LaFell caught two of four targets for 22 yards, making one bad drop, while receiver Ted Ginn brought in two of five targets for 5 yards.

Running back Mike Tolbert rushed three times for 12 yards and caught both his targets for 17 yards.


Can you trust Brandon LaFell or Ted Ginn this week?


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/6/2013) Panthers receivers Brandon LaFell and Ted Ginn are coming off productive games in Week 13 against Tampa Bay, but can you trust them as starting options in Week 14 at New Orleans?

It's a tough matchup because the Saints have only allowed six receivers to reach double digits in Fantasy points with nine touchdowns all season. They should be able to contain LaFell and Ginn this week.

Ginn has a touchdown in two of the past three games, but he only has one game with double digits in Fantasy points since Week 3. And LaFell has also scored in two of his past three games, but he has only one game with double digits in Fantasy points since Week 6.

LaFell and Ginn could do well in this matchup, but it's risky to trust them, especially at the start of the Fantasy playoffs. Consider them boom-or-bust No. 4 Fantasy receivers this week.


Ted Ginn catches long touchdown


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/1/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn, who normally relies on yards after the catch while working out of the slot, caught a 36-yard bomb down the sideline in the third quarter Week 13 against the Buccaneers for his second touchdown in three games and fourth of the season. It was one of his two grabs on the day for a total of 47 yards. He had four targets, tying him for third on the team with Steve Smith and Mike Tolbert.

Ginn had a season-high 10 targets Week 12 at Miami. He'll look to stay involved Week 14 at New Orleans.

Ted Ginn looking to repeat earlier success against Bucs


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/27/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn was targeted a season-high 10 times in Week 12 against the Dolphins, his former team. All he had to show for it were three catches and 11 yards.

Ginn had his best game of the season in Week 8 against the Bucs (Carolina's Week 13 opponent), catching five passes for 80 yards. And the Bucs have a habit of giving up points to secondary wide receivers. Since that Week 8 game, Nate Burleson (13 Fantasy points in Week 12), Harry Douglas (19 in Week 11), Rishard Matthews (24 in Week 10), and Doug Baldwin (13 in Week 9) have all excelled against the Bucs.

Ginn could have a good game in Week 13, but he is for the deep leaguers (16-18 team leagues). Since that Week 8 game against the Bucs, he's failed to go over 25 yards in a game. So you have to weigh his recent history against past performance.

He can be left on the waiver wire in most formats.


Ted Ginn can't get payback vs. former team


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn got plenty of looks in the offense in Week 12 against the Dolphins, but made little impact in a 20-16 win.  

Ginn brought in three passes, but was completely held in check. He finished with 10 yards overall, including a long reception of just 8 yards.

Ginn is on pace for his best season since 2008, but still enters Week 13 against the Buccaneers with just 27 catches for 421 yards and three touchdowns on the season. 


Don't expect much from Ted Ginn vs. former team


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn found the end zone last week, which covers up a pretty quiet stretch for the receiver. He enters Week 12 against the Dolphins with just four receptions for 54 yards over the last three games, and could struggle to get going against a Dolphins team that has defended the pass well this season.

Miami ranks fourth in the NFL, allowing 15.4 Fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Only two receivers have topped double figures against Miami in the last five games, and only one receiver total has scored against the Dolphins this season.

Ginn would probably like to put up a good show against the team that drafted him, but he was held without a catch when he faced them last season with the 49ers. Ginn has the speed to break off a big play, but this matchup makes him a very risky player to rely on for Fantasy purposes in Week 12. 


Ted Ginn catches game-winning touchdown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/19/2013) Panthers receiver Ted Ginn ran a hitch route for the game-winning 25-yard touchdown with 59 seconds left vs. New England. On the reception, Ginn gained good separation from corner Kyle Arrington, then broke his tackle and zipped into the end zone.

It was Ginn's only catch on three targets. Up to three touchdowns this season, Ginn visits Miami in Week 12.


Two usually productive Panthers not so on Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) The Panthers received minor contributions from three skill position players Sunday in their defeat of the 49ers, but among them were two of their bigger weapons. Wideout Ted Ginn caught two passes for 19 yards while tight end Greg Olsen had his least productive game of the year with one first-half catch for 14 yards. Wide receiver Domenik Hixon added a reception for 9 yards.

All will try to contribute more next Monday night against the Patriots.


Ted Ginn has finally earned some Fantasy consideration


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/7/2013) It has taken Ted Ginn seven years to find himself as an NFL receiver. But the burner has finally emerged as a threat and a viable Fantasy option in 2013 with the wideout-needy Panthers.

Ginn serves as their third receiver behind Steve Smith and Brandon LaFell, but has been as productive as any of them with a team-best 17.5 yards per catch, which ranks fourth in the NFL among wideouts with 20 or more receptions. He has also scored two touchdowns.

Week 10 opponent San Francisco has slipped a bit in recent weeks against top wide receivers, but still ranks eighth in th league in passing yards yielded with 1,764 and ninth in passing touchdowns allowed with 10. The Niners also don't allow many long gains, which is Ginn's specialty. They are giving up an average of just 5.7 yards per passing attempt, which places them seventh in the NFL.

Ginn has creeped into only Nathan Zegura's list of top 48 wide receiver plays this week among the three CBSSports.com senior Fantasy writers. But he could be a good hunch pick for those without clearly better options because of his penchant for catching long passes from a hot quarterback in Cam Newton.


Ted Ginn comes back down to earth


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/3/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn, who had a season-high 80 yards on five catches last week at Tampa Bay, went back to playing just a minimal role in the passing game Week 9 against the Falcons. He was targeted three times, catching one pass for 10 yards.

He'll look to prove his worth in the slot again Week 10 at San Francisco.


Ted Ginn could surprise again


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/29/2013) Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn, who broke out with 80 yards on five catches last week at Tampa Bay, could surprise again Week 9 against Atlanta, making the most of his peripheral role in the passing game.

The Falcons have struggled to stop the pass season, allowing 249.6 yards per game, 11th-most in the league, and have been especially vulnerable to wide receivers, giving up the third-most Fantasy points per game to them.

Of course, given his role, Ginn is at risk of being overlooked, as happened in Weeks 6 and 7. But because of the matchup, you could do worse than him as a stopgap off the waiver wire with six teams on bye this week. Dave Richard and Nathan Zegura both rank him in their top 40 at wide receiver.