Ted Ginn Jr.

Ted Ginn Jr. Fantasy

Height / Weight
5'11" / 180 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 12, 1985 (35)
14th Season
2007 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 9 (MIA)
Ohio State

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Ted Ginn Jr. News

Ted Ginn Jr., Riley Ridley Healthy Week 2 Scratches

Chicago Bears wide receivers Ted Ginn Jr. and Riley Ridley are healthy scratches in Week 2. The big news here is Ginn, as he played 43 percent of the team's Week 1 snaps. Ginn wasn't a factor in that game and Bears should turn to Anthony Miller more in this one, whose snap rate should take a huge leap. Miller's an interesting option now, while Ginn can be dropped in redraft leagues this week unless some news emerges to suggest he was injured, because being a healthy scratch on this offense is really, really bad news.

Sep. 20th • 11:52 AM
Ted Ginn Jr. Has Faith In Mitchell Trubisky

Chicago Bears wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. is "excited to move back to the Midwest" as one of the new additions to the Bears offense. Ginn told Good Morning Football that he believes that quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will be the starter and has enjoyed his conversations with head coach Matt Nagy thus far. Ginn is a veteran but still has the speed to blow the top off an opposing defense, a dynamic the Bears sorely missed last season. Chicago's offense was one of the most frustrating units in football last season and will be under the microscope from the first snap of training camp when teams reconvene. Ginn's boom-or-bust ways as a deep threat doesn't give him much fantasy appeal in most fantasy leagues, but his presence as a deep threat should be good news for Allen Robinson.

Jun. 24th • 3:14 PM
Ted Ginn Jr. Has Slight Edge As No. 3 Receiver

NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal gives a slight edge to Chicago Bears wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. for snaps as the third receiver this year over Javon Wims and Cordarrelle Patterson. However, Rosenthal also cautious that it's doubtful that any of those three wideouts will play "starter" snaps in Chicago's offense. Patterson has primarily been a special teams guy, playing only 202 snaps in 2019 despite all of the injuries at the position. Ginn could have some big performances here or there, especially if Nick Foles wins the competition at quarterback, but he'll be too hit or miss for most fantasy owners to rely on consistently. Allen Robinson and Anthony Miller will be the two fantasy relevant receivers in Chicago.

May. 19th • 3:00 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Nick Foles
Mitchell Trubisky
RB David Montgomery
Ryan Nall
LWR Allen Robinson II
Cordarrelle Patterson
RWR Darnell Mooney
Ted Ginn Jr.
SWR Anthony Miller
Javon Wims
TE Jimmy Graham
Demetrius Harris
LT Charles Leno Jr.
Jason Spriggs
LG Alex Bars
Arlington Hambright
C Cody Whitehair
Sam Mustipher
RG Germain Ifedi
RT Bobby Massie
Rashaad Coward
DT Akiem Hicks
Brent Urban
NT Bilal Nichols
John Jenkins
RDE Roy Robertson-Harris
Mario Edwards Jr.
LOLB Khalil Mack
Trevis Gipson
LILB Roquan Smith
Josh Woods
RILB Danny Trevathan
Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ROLB Robert Quinn
Barkevious Mingo
CB Kyle Fuller
Jaylon Johnson
Buster Skrine
Duke Shelley
SS Tashaun Gipson Sr.
Deon Bush
FS Eddie Jackson
Sherrick McManis
K Cairo Santos
Eddy Piñeiro