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Ted Ginn leaning towards going home to Cleveland


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A reunion with returner/receiver Ted Ginn is one of the more obvious potential moves the Carolina Panthers could make this offseason. He may instead opt for a homecoming.

A source close to Ginn confirmed what many have speculated since he was released by the Cardinals on Monday – the Panthers are interested and have contacted him. But the source also said that Ginn wants to land in his hometown of Cleveland, and the Browns’ interest is mutual.

The Ginns have been one of the first families of football in Cleveland for more than a decade. Ted Ginn, Sr. built Glenville High School into a powerhouse, coaching a handful of future Ohio State stars like his son, 2006 Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith and this year’s national title-winning quarterback Cardale Jones.


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Yeah obviously he doesn't care about being on a winning team or being an actual WR.


This is bad news, because if we don't land him or Jacoby we're back to the worse ST in the league.  And before someone says "just draft someone" that is far from a proven science, if Joe Adams, Ryne Robinson, etc have proven.   

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Can't blame him. lol at some of you guys, the Panther aren't that much better than the Browns. And no the Panthers aren't a winning team. Losing record last year, were lucky. Was good year before. Losing records two years prior to that. Panther have a lot to do to be called a consistent 'winning team', we're not there yet.


Browns, Raiders...are worse.


Jags are our twin...


Couple others are aguable.


That's about it, pretty much all the same. If that's his home, he should go there.

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