After loading up on cheap secondary help, they added a receiver/return option by signing Ted Ginn on a one-year deal, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera was excited about Ginn, and reasonably so, since the Panthers had an odd lot of characters returning, including now-marginalized fourth-rounder Joe Adams.
But Ginn’s long-held wish to play more offense has a better chance of happening in Carolina, as they don’t have much beyond Steve Smith and Brandon LaFell. Considering Louis Murphy was viewed as a loss, any help is help.
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