Ginn could be free agent at year’s end

49ers WR Ted Ginn Jr.‘s restructured contract allows him be a free agent after this season, according to a league source.

Ginn, who sparked the 49ers to their first win under new coach Jim Harbaugh with two return touchdowns, redid his contract a week ago. He is now set to make $1 million in 2011, with $400,000 available to him in incentives.

Ginn had been set to make $1.4M in base salary in 2011, with up to $2.9M in escalators, and had a $1.8M base for 2012.

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