In 2013, Arizona Cardinals fans were frustrated with Javier Arenas and his kickoff returns.
After the signing of Ted Ginn in the offseason, that was supposed to change. Thus far, it hasn't.
Ginn has struggled on kick returns. He has only averaged just over 15 yards per return and only once has he gotten a return past the 20-yard line.
It has been a combination of terrible blocking, poor decisions and not hitting holes quickly enough.
Now, the man whom the team signed to a three-year, $9.75 million deal might not be returning kicks much longer.
In head coach Bruce Arians' media session on Monday, he indicated Ginn has a bit of a short leash.
"We'll continue to look at him," Arians said. "He'll get one more opportunity and (see) if he can't hit it up in there like I've seen him do it, especially against his former team."
He played for the San Francisco 49ers from 2010-2012. While a 49er, he returned two punts and one kickoff for touchdowns.
If Ginn can't improve, Arizona will look at other players. Rookie John Brown is a possibility. Stepfan got reps on kick returns in camp his rookie year. Jonathan Dwyer returned some kicks in Pittsburgh.
If Ginn gets the hook, who would be your choice to do the job?