This is a great pick up for you guys depending if your team knows how to use him correctly. Ted Ginn was brought to Miami as a #1 receiver and kick/punt returner. Well Ginn isn't a #1 receiver which was more important to us because he was the 9th overall pick. Ginn has inconstant hands, runs mediocre routes, and shy's away from contact. I'm sure you already know this. However, he turned out to be a great kick returner. He had a lot of kick returns for Miami. Sadly a lot of them were called back for penalties. These penalties were dumb ones that were away from the play. In addition, it took our current head coach/front office a long time to realize he was a great returner. They experimented with other players which took a lot of returns away from him.
Now since he's going to be activated on game days you're also going to want him on the field as a WR. Well like i said Ginn isn't a #1 so don't expect him to be. But he is a specialized WR because of his speed. Unlike his stay in Miami your team has a #1 WR and an awesome receiving TE. I felt Ginn would excel playing behind a #1 WR. Sending him down the field will give him a few favorable match ups. It will also open up your receiving core. In miami, Ginn was double covered and the best CB's on the opposing team was assigned to him because he was our number 1. With you guys this wont be the case. Your best receivers would get the double coverage giving Ginn a better chance of getting open deep. I say if your team runs him deep to open up the field, throws a few bombs to him a game, plays him as a returner, and they don't throw him a critical pass you guys will be happy with Ginn. I think it was a mistake for Miami to let him go because we got B. Marshall. Time will prove if i'm right or wrong.
Ginns Snoop drop it like it's hot vid followed by his highlights
Ted Ginn's Highlights
Ginn against the best cb IMO
I hope you guys use him right and i wish him the best