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  1. <p>The Carolina Panthers learned early in 2014 just how much they would miss Ted Ginn Jr. Early and often the punt return game of Carolina cost the team opportunity and momentum. Neither Corey Brown nor Brenton Bersin looked at all competent returning punts. </p><p> </p><p>Now in 2015, there is a real possibility Ted Ginn could return to the Panthers. </p><p> </p><p>Currently, Ginn is under contract in salary cap strapped Arizona where is due to make a base salary of $3,250,000. This number does not match his production in Arizona (14 receptions, 0 TDs). According to <a data-ipb='nomediaparse' href='http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/arizona-cardinals/ted-ginn-jr/'>Sport Trac</a> , the Cardinals could save $1,750,000 by releasing Ginn this year, enough money to replace his production and then some.</p><p> </p><p>If Ginn is released, I feel the Panthers would again be very interested in Ginn for a few reasons. </p><p> </p><p>First and foremost, Ginn would instantly fix the punt return problem. That fact alone may be enough for the Panthers to pull the trigger. </p><p> </p><p>Second, Cam Newton and Ted Ginn would quickly recover the chemistry they found in 2013. Cam would not be forced to once again get to know a brand new receiver during the offseason. Ginn was well liked by Cam and every other member of the Panthers squad and front office. </p><p> </p><p>Third, Ginn could mentor fellow Ohio State product Corey Brown. Ginn and Brown are a very similar type of player. I think they would have an instant positive vibe between the two of them. </p><p> </p><p>Ginn is 29 years old and could still provide a return game for a few more years. </p><p> </p><p>Admit it, wouldn't you love to see a three wide set with both Ginn and Brown stretching the field as Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen play underneath? I know I would. </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p><p> </p>
  2. The Carolina Panthers learned early in 2014 just how much they would miss Ted Ginn Jr. Early and often the punt return game of Carolina cost the team opportunity and momentum. Neither Corey Brown nor Brenton Bersin looked at all competent returning punts. Now in 2015, there is a real possibility Ted Ginn could return to the Panthers. Currently, Ginn is under contract in salary cap strapped Arizona where is due to make a base salary of $3,250,000. This number does not match his production in Arizona (14 receptions, 0 TDs). According to Sport Trac , the Cardinals could save $1,750,000 by releasing Ginn this year, enough money to replace his production and then some. If Ginn is released, I feel the Panthers would again be very interested in Ginn for a few reasons. First and foremost, Ginn would instantly fix the punt return problem. That fact alone may be enough for the Panthers to pull the trigger. Second, Cam Newton and Ted Ginn would quickly recover the chemistry they found in 2013. Cam would not be forced to once again get to know a brand new receiver during the offseason. Ginn was well liked by Cam and every other member of the Panthers squad and front office. Third, Ginn could mentor fellow Ohio State product Corey Brown. Ginn and Brown are a very similar type of player. I think they would have an instant positive vibe between the two of them. Ginn is 29 years old and could still provide a return game for a few more years. Admit it, wouldn't you love to see a three wide set with both Ginn and Brown stretching the field as Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen play underneath? I know I would.
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