Ted Ginn, Josh Johnson meet with Bengals

Mar 14, 2013 at 1:13 PM--


According to Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer, free agent return specialist and wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr., along with quarterback Josh Johnson are currently visiting with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Ginn played for the San Francisco 49ers last season. Johnson, who was briefly on the 49ers' roster last season, was thought to be a possible target for a backup quarterback with the team this season. Previously, he was released in favor of quarterback Scott Tolzien.





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