As reported by Adam Schefter the Miami Dolphins Traded Ted Ginn Jr. to the San Fransisco 49ers for a 5th round pick in the upcoming 2010 NFL Draft. It was known that Ginn was on the Trading block but many people assumed that once the Dolphins got Marshall that Ted Ginn would be a nice complement to him, seems that isn’t the case.
With the Dolphins having so many receivers they knew they had to get rid of some, Ted Ginn being the first. The locks to stay on the team are Marshall, Bess and Hartline. Everybody else could be traded or released at any time.
The Dolphins also could look to the Draft to get a Speedy wide out or kick returner. Brandon Banks and Trindon Holiday are known really for there speed but they don’t provide much to the passing game. Some other players are Dexter McCluster and Jacoby Ford. McCluster is projected to go 2nd round but if he slips to the Dolphins in the 3rd round don’t be surprised to see them snatch him up because they loved him so much at the senior bowl, but the Dolphins seem to love Jacoby Ford. They brought him in for a workout and believe he can be the receiver Ginn could never be and they like him as a returner as well.
I wish Ginn the best of luck in San Fran, and I wished it would of turned out better.