Miami Dolphins Trade WR Ted Ginn Jr. To San Francisco 49ers for Fifth-Round Pick

April 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After three disappointing seasons in Miami, the Dolphins have finally cut ties with 2007 first-round pick Ted Ginn, Jr., trading him to the San Francisco 49ers in exchange for a fifth-round pick in next week's 2010 NFL Draft.

A dynamic playmaker at Ohio State, Ginn was the controversial ninth overall pick by former Dolphins head coach Cam Cameron and general manager Randy Mueller that was met with immediate disapproval by the Miami faithful.

In three pro seasons with the Dolphins, Ginn caught 128 passes for 1,664 yards and five touchdowns, while also adding three touchdowns on returns.

Ginn's best season with the team came in 2008, when he led the Dolphins' receivers in receptions (56) and receiving yards (790) and touchdowns (2).

2009 was a rough season for Ginn, as he experienced some crucial drops (a league-leading 10 in all) and saw his receiving totals fall to 38 receptions, 454 yards and one touchdown while fan ridicule was as high as eve...

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