Ted Ginn Jr.
WR - FA
Week 12 Outlook
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.
Bears' WR Ted Ginn Jr. is inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Ginn is a healthy scratch on Sunday. Javon Wims figures to see some extra snaps behind Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller.
The Bears and free agent wide receiver and return specialist Ted Ginn have agreed to a one-year deal.
Drafted ninth overall in 2007, Ginn has had a steady career after failing to live up to his initial pre-draft hype. Although he's never cracked 60 catches or 800 yards in a single season, the speedy Ginn can still open up the field for his teammates, as seen last year when Saints' Michael Thomas caught 149 balls for 1,725 yards. Ginn himself doesn't have much fantasy value, but his presence in Chicago should keep defenses honest and open up additional opportunities for Allen Robinson, who saw 9.6 targets per game in 2019, good for third-highest in the league.