NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora rounds up the visits made by unsigned free agents on Tuesday.
Posts Tagged ‘Ted Ginn’
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.
Posted: Thursday, March 10th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Pick Six, Antonio Cromartie, Dan Marino, Daryl Gardner, Drew Brees, Eric Kumerow, Eric Metcalf, Jackie Shipp, Jamar Fletcher, Jason Allen, John Alt, Randall McDaniel, Sammie Smith, Ted Ginn, Thurman Thomas, Yatil Green
Congratulations to Pat White, who by flaming out in baseball, can now join the exclusive club of two-sport busts. But did he crack the list of all-time Dolphins’ draft busts? You will have to read on.
Posted: Thursday, November 19th, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Carolina Panthers, Jake Delhomme, Jason Taylor, Joey Porter, Julius Peppers, Miami Dolphins, Ricky Williams, Ronnie Brown, Steve Smith, Ted Ginn, Wildcat
That is Carolina Panther power football. Opening drive is what they do best. Lot of power runs and a few intermediate passes.
Dolphins WR Ted Ginn Jr. will be back on the first-team offense Sunday against the Buccaneers after not starting the last two games.
The fans have spoken, and Dolphins WR Ted Ginn‘s second kickoff return for a touchdown against the Jets — a 101-yarder — was the Sprint Can’t-Miss Play of Week 8.
Posted: Friday, August 14th, 2009 | Pat Kirwan Tags: Bill Parcells, Cameron Wake, Chad Henne, Chad Pennington, Davone Bess, Gibril Wilson, Jason Taylor, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Pat Kirwan, Pat White, Patrick Turner, Phillip Merling, Randy Starks, Ricky Williams, Sean Smith, Ted Ginn, Vontae Davis, Yeremiah Bell
After watching the Miami Dolphins at training camp Friday, I leave knowing this is Chad Pennington’s team, Ted Ginn is making progress, Jason Taylor will start and Ricky Williams’ has a new-found burst.
The Bears have pulled Kyle Orton in favor of Rex Grossman in what’s become a blowout in Green Bay. Orton finished with 148 yards, no touchdowns and one lost fumble. He has another very tough matchup next week in Minnesota.