Ted Ginn Jr.

#19WR,
Yds
752
Y/G
47.0
TD
4
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 180
Born:
College: Ohio State
Birth Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Draft: 2007 1st round (9th pick) by the
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    Detroit Lions DT Khyri Thornton suspended six games in 2017 season

    Detroit Lions defensive tackle Khyri Thornton has been suspended for the first six games of the 2017 season for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy. The 27-year-old Thornton will be able to rejoin the Lions following Detroit's game against the New Orleans Saints on Oct. 15. The Lions have a bye the following week, meaning his first possible game action will be against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Oct. 29. Thornton had 18 tackles and one sack in 13 games for the Lions last season. He signed a two-year, $3.3 million deal with Detroit in the offseason. Thornton is eligible to participate in training camp practices and preseason games.

  • Saints' Strief thinks people will be shocked by 2017 Adrian Peterson
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    Saints' Strief thinks people will be shocked by 2017 Adrian Peterson

    Adrian Peterson was likely to make some impact no matter where he landed after his departure from the Minnesota Vikings. Upon signing with the New Orleans Saints, the reports on Peterson have been glowing. Veteran tackle Zach Strief echoes the sentiment: “I think the general perception of Adrian throughout our building is that he is still a total freak show,” Strief said. “You hear (outside) people’s perception of him, obviously coming off a knee injury and being later in a career for a running back, that maybe he’s not going to look or be a certain way. He sure still passes the eye-ball test.” Strief goes on to describe one particular play that stood out during the first OTA practice: “They

  • 2002 Saints special teams unit takes top honors of past 30 years
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    2002 Saints special teams unit takes top honors of past 30 years

    Football Outsiders continued their series focused on Top 30 units in respective disciplines that’s been ran through ESPN. Today highlighted special teams, which has two New Orleans Saints teams on their list. Here’s what they had to say: 1. 2002 New Orleans Saints +12.2 percent The Saints ranked in the top five in all five phases of special teams, gaining at least 8.0 points over average in each one, even after our adjustments for their playing indoors. John Carney hit 31 of his 35 field goals, or 89 percent, which ranked him second behind Adam Vinatieri. Carney and punter Toby Gowin split kickoff duties, and the coverage team stopped 22 opponent returns behind the 20. But the biggest star on