FA Ted Ginn is worth a look for the Pats

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    FA Ted Ginn is worth a look for the Pats

    The Pats should look into FA kick returner and WR's Ted Ginn.  The guy still has speed too be a deep threat and is an excellent kick returner.  He won't break the bank, so why not.

     
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    No.

     
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    I'm sure that BB will do his usual thing and find something in the rubbish noone else wanted and of course the guy  will have a career year.

     
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    Seems like WR is getting too much attention. Sure, we had a rough year last season w/ so many new players at that position.  It can only get better, right?  I'd rather get another TE who is a viable receiving threat - and if he can help protect the QB or run block - that would be icing on the cake.

     
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    I would rather a center , D tackle or D end than a new receiver that may or probably notwork out. But this is the time of year that folks tout any and all receivers that ever had the word receiver associated with their names whether they are any good or all washed up. It is almost time for the perrenial "bring back Moss" thread.

     
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    never a fan of Ginn as a WR. If he wants to come in similar to Leon Washington and try and make the team in camp as a KR and 4th or 5th option WR, no problem. But if he wants anything mnore than a "make it" contract, no thanks.

     
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    never a fan of Ginn as a WR. If he wants to come in similar to Leon Washington and try and make the team in camp as a KR and 4th or 5th option WR, no problem. But if he wants anything mnore than a "make it" contract, no thanks.

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    Agreed

     
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    Seems like WR is getting too much attention. Sure, we had a rough year last season w/ so many new players at that position.  It can only get better, right?  I'd rather get another TE who is a viable receiving threat - and if he can help protect the QB or run block - that would be icing on the cake.

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    The Pats can still focus on those areas with Ted Ginn.  Right now the best option at TE would be an early pick in the 1st or 2nd.

     
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    I would rather a center , D tackle or D end than a new receiver that may or probably notwork out. But this is the time of year that folks tout any and all receivers that ever had the word receiver associated with their names whether they are any good or all washed up. It is almost time for the perrenial "bring back Moss" thread.

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    Even if the Pats can sign Edelman, the WR position cannot be ignored as it still has holes too fill.  Amendola, Boyce, and certainly Thompkins are not names I would feel comfortable with as the Pats starting WR core.

     I don't see the Pats paying out big bucks for any WR in FA, so my focus is on players that won't break the bank

     
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    never a fan of Ginn as a WR. If he wants to come in similar to Leon Washington and try and make the team in camp as a KR and 4th or 5th option WR, no problem. But if he wants anything mnore than a "make it" contract, no thanks.

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    Ted Ginn has 556 yds and 5 tds.  Not much different than Danny A., Dobson, or Thompkins.  But wasn't the main target in Carolina with Steve Smith and Lafell.  With Brady, Ginn may show something he couldn't in Miami where he was a top ten pick.  

     
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    I'm sure that BB will do his usual thing and find something in the rubbish noone else wanted and of course the guy  will have a career year.

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    if only he could do this at the FS SS position

     
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    If he comes cheap I'm all for it, if not (well let's face it he won't be here if he's not) then I wouldn't do it.

     
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    A bust who finally had a good season after his last good season 6 years ago.  That Ted Ginn?  I think the Panthers will resign him.

     
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    If it were a cheap deal then absolutely. He has a lot of natural talent and a lot to prove. Worth bringing in for camp to see if he can make the cut. If he wants a ton of money then no way.

     
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    If it were a cheap deal then absolutely. He has a lot of natural talent and a lot to prove. Worth bringing in for camp to see if he can make the cut. If he wants a ton of money then no way.



    I don't see any chance he gets a ton of money, which is why I see him as someone worth looking into.

     
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    A bust who finally had a good season after his last good season 6 years ago.  That Ted Ginn?  I think the Panthers will resign him.

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    At the WR's position absolutely!  But Ten Ginn has been an awesome kick returner, something the Pats could use.  With Brady at QB then maybe he could be a great WR.

     
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    I guess your happy with Amendola.

     
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    Re: FA Ted Ginn is worth a look for the Pats

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    If it were a cheap deal then absolutely. He has a lot of natural talent and a lot to prove. Worth bringing in for camp to see if he can make the cut. If he wants a ton of money then no way.



    I don't any chance he gets a ton of money, which is why I see him as someone worth looking into.

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    Agreed, and nobody will give him a lot of money. Except Cleveland. They mught be dumb enough to do that. I also don't believe Ginn has ever really had a decent QB throwing to him. No excuse, but that still can't be ignored. Last year was his best year and it was with Cam, who is an OK passer. Alex Smith wasn't anything special then and Miami is/was Miami.

     
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    I guess your happy with Amendola.

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    Yes, he is happy with Dobson, Thompkins, Boyce and Amendola.  I'm just trying to figure out which one of these guys will get the 2014 Super Bowl MVP.  Tough choice, they might all have to share it... according to him.

     
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    Yes, he is happy with Dobson, Thompkins, Boyce and Amendola.  I'm just trying to figure out which one of these guys will get the 2014 Super Bowl MVP.  Tough choice, they might all have to share it... according to him.

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    tell me who you want at WR besides the total unreasonable want of Decker? what options are there?

    BB made the bed of our WRs, we gotta sleep in it at this point

     
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    I'm sure that BB will do his usual thing and find something in the rubbish noone else wanted and of course the guy  will have a career year.

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    this is what he "usually" does? He finds "rubbish nobody else wanted" and they have a career year? And that's his usual??

     
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    Seems like WR is getting too much attention. Sure, we had a rough year last season w/ so many new players at that position.  It can only get better, right?  I'd rather get another TE who is a viable receiving threat - and if he can help protect the QB or run block - that would be icing on the cake.



    Phatty...why are you and your alter-ego...or should I say ONE of your many, many alter ego's...talking from two different viewpoints on the same issue?

    Do you think many here do not see what you are doing?

    Illness like yours would be hilarious if it wasn't so serious...

     

     
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    I guess your happy with Amendola.

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    I guess you're happy with nasty kitty parts BUST-CHISE

    Man there are a boatload of idiots on these threads 

     
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    In response to mellymel3's comment:
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    I guess your happy with Amendola.

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    I guess you're happy with nasty kitty parts BUST-CHISE

    Man there are a boatload of idiots on these threads 

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    Bustchise is trying to ride in on my coat tails since I suggested Ginn or Steve Smith at the deadline last October if Carolina fell and collapse. Obviously, they didn't, but I knew they were in a cap hell and if they floundered, they'd be sellers for either a FA like Ginn or an aging Smith.

    Another kick return type who might help is also Devin Hester.

     

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    Actually I rember that...but they can now do better than Ginn...they can snag a decent KR/PR in the draft if they want one bad enough...there are several good ones this year with far less milage and cost

     
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