Ted Ginn Jr.
WR - FA - OUT
Free-agent WR Ted Ginn Jr has officially retired from the NFL after 14 seasons.
Ginn Jr. was selected ninth overall by the Miami Dolphins in the 2007 NFL Draft. He played for six teams in his career, including the Dolphins, 49ers, Panthers, Cardinals, Saints, and Bears. He finished his career with 42 total touchdowns and holds the NFL record for two kickoff return touchdowns of 100 yards or more in a single game. The 36-year old receiver hangs it up after a strong career.
The Bears released WR Ted Ginn Jr.
This is another post-deadline cut around the NFL. The 35-year-old veteran totaled just three receptions in six games for Chicago this season.
Ted Ginn Jr. caught both of his targets for 11 yards in the Bears’ 19-11 loss to the Colts on Sunday.
Ginn Jr. isn't a regular part of this offense, and he won't receive enough weekly looks to be fantasy-relevant in most leagues. He can safely be left on the waiver wire.
Ted Ginn caught one of three targets for 29 yards in the Bears’ 30-26 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
Ginn hauled in a long-gainer but was otherwise an afterthought in this offense. He won’t see enough weekly volume to be more than a deep-league desperation flyer.