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Ted Ginn and Mike Mitchell visiting Panthers

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Would ginn be a good pick up? I know he has some return ability but I haven't followed up on him and i don't know much of anything on Mitchell.

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This Gettleman guy, I like his style.

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There's your name Carolina, Ted Ginn jr. Former first rounder return man extraordinaire. That's as big time as its gonna get this year and ill take it.

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Isn't Mitchell the guy that the Raiders drafted a few years ago in the 2nd round because he ran the fastest time at the combine? Most draft analysis projected him in the 6th or 7th round and even ESPN didn't have any kind of graphics about him ready when he was picked...

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Woh,

anyone got a beat on Ginn's game since he came in?

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OMFG sign guinea pig (my nickname for him from madden 11 damn you dont steal it from me) Do it nao!

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FUG YES!!!!!

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Ginn isn't the best receiver, he's known for dropping passes, but damn can the dude return. He would make the special teams immediately exciting.

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Ginn has never lived up to his hype. If he signs, maybe he'll finally blossom.

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