Ted Ginn Jr.'s 32-yard punt return to set up a third-quarter touchdown in Super Bowl XLVII could be his final big play for the San Francisco 49ers.
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Ted Ginn Sr., a respected and successful Ohio high school coach, tells the Cleveland Plain Dealer that his son will be looking for a new team in free agency this offseason.
That may be easier said than done. Upon entering the open market last March, the younger Ginn made it clear that he wanted to make his mark as a wide receiver instead of merely as a return specialist. Although drawing interest from the Detroit Lions, Baltimore Ravens and Minnesota Vikings for his return skills, Ginn was forced to re-sign with the 49ers on a one-year contract.
After losing primary kickoff-return duties and catching just two passes in 2012, Ginn should expect a similarly soft market in the coming months.