New Orleans Saints: Top 3 players in team history to wear No. 19
Number Three: Ted Ginn Jr.
Ted Ginn Jr. was signed by the New Orleans Saints in the 2017 offseason and has been productive in his time in the big easy. Ginn, 34, came into the NFL as the ninth overall pick by the Miami Dolphins back in 2007 and has always been known for his reliable hands and excellent speed.
Ginn played 36 games for the black and gold, hauling in 100 balls for 1,417 yards and eight touchdowns. He averaged 14.2 yards per reception and 66 of his 100 receptions went for a first down. Ginn also had sixteen carries for 83 yards in his tenure in New Orleans.
Ted Ginn brought a veteran presence into a young Saints receiving corps and help developed guys like Michael Thomas and Tre’Quan Smith into productive wideouts.
Ginn also provided the Saints with reliable hands alongside Michael Thomas and was a major reason why the organization won the NFC South every year he was in New Orleans. Now a free agent, Ginn will look to continue his NFL career and carry over his successful career.