The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms with wide receiver/kick returner Ted Ginn Jr. The deal is for three years, though compensation has not yet been reported. The former first-round pick isn't likely to command top dollar by any means, however. Ginn has never lived up to his reputation on the offensive side of the ball.
He's been a healthy addition to the kick and punt return units of every team he's played for to this point, however. For his career, he has three punt and kickoff returns for touchdowns, and has been among the top returners in average yards per return for much of his career.
Ginn is wrapping up a one-year deal with the Carolina Panthers in which he caught 36 passes for 556 yards and five touchdowns. He became Carolina's best deep threat, though he still struggled with his hands and route-running, something that has been a consistent issue throughout his career.
Ginn has 197 receptions for 2,604 yards and 11 touchdowns throughout his career. He's also got 1,741 punt return yards and 6,026 kick return yards to his credit. He should have an opportunity to find his way onto the field as a the third receiver in Arizona.
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