Originally posted by toppdogg32:
Nah,, ginn will probably sign for vet minimum. He didnt get very much in the way of offers this past off-season and he can/will get hurt. I think we draft for depth/future. Our immediate needs next yr. will be a backup OT (Boone at guard), CB/FS (Mc. Bath,Brock barely on roster), NT, RDE(grooming behind Smith)..The rest (FB, OLB,ILB,LS,etc) we can go the low round depth route..
What is with the zone assuming Ginn will be back next year?? We were prepared to watch him leave this year and that was only weeks after the KW fumblepolooza -- Why would it change this season to we MUST GET GINN BACK NOW!!!!!! Hunter had that fumble yesterday but through 2 games Williams + preseason Williams has been beyond stellar for us. Why he isnt back on kick returns is beyond me(maybe keeping him from getting double whammied again?).
Ginn already signed here for veteran minimum or slightly above it this past season. Rumor was Minnesota offered him more money then what he re-signed for he was just being stubborn looking for more PT at WR and didn't want to go to a losing team.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, he'll need to blow it wide open as returner this year for us to bring him back again, like 28+ YPR on KR and another 11+ YPR on PRs and take more back to the house then 2 in one game against a weak Seattle ST group, Earl Thomas was the only player capable of tackling him last season.
Dont be surprised if neither Moss or Ginn are gone next year, Moss hopefully riding off into the sunset after we win the SB and Ginn striking it rich with a super needy WR team like say going back to Miami lmao or on a serious note Jacksonville or the Jets.