Ted Ginn, Jr. – wide receiver
Thirteen-year veteran, Ted Ginn has been with the New Orleans Saints now for three years. In those three years, his best one was by far his first one in 2017 where he caught over 50 balls for over 700 yards.
Since then, Ginn has been one of the biggest disappointments this Saints team has seen in its signings. In his last two years, he hasn’t caught over 30 receptions and hasn’t eclipsed over 500 yards. A No. 2 receiver needs to be better than that.
Tre’Quan Smith, even through injury, saw comparative stats to Ted Ginn. Ginn is by far going winding down his career, and the Saints can’t afford to pay someone the money he is getting for the lack of production he is producing, especially as a starter.
It is time that the Saints say goodbye to Ted Ginn, which would probably end his career with retirement coming shortly after.
With free agency comes the buzz of which players could go where and who is leaving and who is staying but in New Orleans, these are the three without-a-shadow-of-a-doubt need to leave players heading into the 2020 season to make way for new and younger talent