Ted Ginn Jr.
The Carolina Panthers had to win the last game of the season to get the NFC South title and a first-round bye so it’s not like it was a time they could rest their players. Steve Smith had to sit out with an injury, and there were not a lot of other options for Cam Newton to rely on, but there need to be.
The heavyweight match-up between the Cardinals and 49ers might have been scheduled for 12 rounds, but it was over quickly. San Francisco raced out to the early lead and Arizona could never recover. The end result was an easy win for the 49ers, who have a bye up next and can get healthy in preparation for the stretch run.
The 49ers are been lucky enough to stay healthy so far this year and may have Ted Ginn Jr. back as early as Sunday. The Vikings on the other hands have players missing on both sides of the ball and will have to upset the 49ers and do it short handed.
The San Francisco 49ers released their injury report listing Brandon Jacobs and Ted Ginn Jr. as questionable. Both are still considering playing and will be a game time decision. Due to the depth at both positions though its likely that both sit out to get healthy. Kyle Williams will step in for Ginn and will have a chance to prove himself after letting his teammates down the last time he was asked to return punts.
The 49ers signed Ted Ginn Jr. to a one-year deal Thursday hours after officially announcing the addition of former New York Giants receiver Mario Manningham with a two-year contract.
NFC Special Teams Player of the Week Ted Ginn, Jr. breaks down his two touchdown returns last weekend against the Seahawks that earned him the honor and sparked the 49ers to a season-opening home victory.
Grant had a full slate of guests today but started by talking NFL football and laying out his opinion on weekly power rankings. Grant further expounded on his recurring point that Tony Romo doesn’t have […]