• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Panthers WR Ted Ginn hauls in two TDs in win Sunday

    Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn made the most of both of his receptions Sunday against the Buccaneers, finishing with 18 yards and two touchdowns on three targets.Ginn is known more as a deep threat, but he has had to take on a more diverse role in the absence of Kelvin Benjamin. Even though he had his lowest yardage output of the season, Ginn once again proved himself to be Carolina's top threat at the wide receiver position.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    WR Ted Ginn emerging as reliable option for Panthers

    Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn nabbed four catches off of six targets for 93 yards in Sunday's win over the Saints. When Kelvin Benjamin was lost for the season during training camp, the popular question in Carolina was who would pick up the slack. Through three weeks, the answer has been Ginn. He ranks second on the team behind Greg Olsen with 10 catches and 188 receiving yards. His 22 targets also rank second on the team and are double that of the team's third-most-targeted option, Devin Funchess. Ginn carries the burden of being considered a draft bust, but he has seems to have found a niche in Carolina.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Panthers WR Ted Ginn getting his share of chances early on in 2015

    Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn caught four of his nine targets for 41 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's game against the Texans. He also racked up 44 yards on four punt returns in the 24-17 win. While he is primarily a deep threat, Ginn has now been targeted 16 times through two weeks and actually leads the team with 95 receiving yards. The speedster is not a reliable fantasy contributor at the moment due to the inconsistency of the Carolina passing attack, although a few big games could be in the cards if he continues to see targets at this rate. The Panthers will welcome the struggling Saints to town in Week 3.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Rivera: Ted Ginn, Corey Brown will be Panthers starting WRs in Week 1

    Ted Ginn and Corey Brown will start at wide receiver for the Panthers in Week 1 against the Jaguars, coach Ron Rivera announced Monday. Ginn has not started a game at wide receiver since 2013 when he played his only season with the Panthers. In 2013, he totaled 36 catches for 556 yards and five touchdowns in 16 games (two starts). He spent the 2014 season in Arizona, totaling 14 catches for 190 yards and no touchdowns. "I thought Teddy Ginn had a really nice training camp, did some really nice things," Rivera said, per the team's official website. "He played the role that we're looking for him to play for us." Brown started three games as a rookie for Carolina in 2014. He totaled 21 catches for 296 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games. "Corey knows all three positions, and then the one thing you talk about is Corey's speed," Rivera said. "Now he's got to go out and perform, but that's the bottom line. You have to be productive, and you can't miss opportunities."

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Report: WR Ted Ginn returning to Panthers

    After one season with the Cardinals, receiver/returner Ted Ginn will return to the Panthers, reports the Charlotte Observer. The 29-year-old free agent caught 14 passes for 190 yards last season after posting 36 catches for 556 receiving yards and five touchdowns with Carolina the year before.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Report: Wide receiver Ted Ginn to visit with 49ers Wednesday

    Wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is reportedly scheduled to visit with the 49ers Wednesday, according to ESPN. Ginn, who was released by the Cardinals last month, reportedly visited with the Titans as well Tuesday. Ginn Jr. caught 14 passes in 2014 for 190 yards. He was a member of the 49ers from 2010-2012, where he totaled 33 catches for 384 yards and one touchdown. He also averaged 23.5 yards per return in those three seasons.

  • by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

    Report: Panthers interested in WR/KR Ted Ginn

    The Browns aren't the only ones reportedly interested in receiver/kick returner Ted Ginn. According to the Charlotte Observer, the Panthers are also interested in possibly acquiring Ginn. Ginn was released by the Cardinals on Monday and is now a free agent. Ginn spent the 2013 season with the Panthers and had his second-best season as a receiver, catching 36 passes for 556 yards and five touchdowns. His touchdown total was a single-season best with his yardage total second to his output in 2008 with the Dolphins (790). Ginn was selected in the first round of the 2007 draft by the Dolphins. He was traded from Miami to the 49ers in 2010 and spent three years in San Francisco. He was with the Cardinals this past season and caught 14 passes for 190 yards and had one punt return for a touchdown.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Report: Browns interested in Ted Ginn

    The Browns are showing interest in wide receiver Ted Ginn, a source told Cleveland.com. Ginn was released by the Cardinals on Tuesday. Browns safety Donte Whitner said he spoke with coach Mike Pettine and said the team is interested in Ginn. "He said it's definitely a consideration," Whitner said.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

    Cardinals release Ted Ginn

    The Cardinals announced Monday wide receiver Ted Ginn has been released from the team. Ginn played one season for the Cardinals after signing a three-year contract last offseason. During the 2014 season, Ginn produced 14 catches for 190 yards. With Ginn's release, the Cardinals will have $1.5 million in dead cap money, but the move saves the team $2.5 million in cap space.

  • by R.J. White | CBSSports.com

    Cardinals' Michael Floyd leads team in receiving yards vs. Rams

    Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd caught two of his three targets for a team-high 55 yards in his team's 12-6 win over the Rams in Week 15. Floyd kicked off the team's second scoring drive by hauling in a 49-yard pass, beating his man deep and catching a perfectly placed ball before being brought down. He didn't have much more of an impact on the game, but the Cardinals resorted to ball control and excellent defense to pick up the win. Larry Fitzgerald was the only Arizona player with more than two receptions, catching seven passes for 30 yards. Rookie John Brown caught two of his six targets for 22 yards. Tight end John Carlson and wide receiver Ted Ginn each caught their only target. The Cardinals have a tough matchup on the schedule next week, facing the Seahawks at home in Week 16.