Number One: Ted Ginn Jr.
Ted Ginn Jr. is a solid wide receiver who was recently released by the Chicago Bears earlier this week and could be a solid addition for the New Orleans Saints once again.
Ginn, 35, had spent his previous three seasons in New Orleans before signing with the Bears during the 2020 offseason and a reunion seems smart for both parties.
There’s no way you can tell me that adding Ted Ginn to add depth to a receiving corps that already has Michael Thomas, Emmanuel Sanders, Tre’Quan Smith, and Marquez Callaway wouldn’t be a good idea.
He’d replace Austin Carr or Juwan Johnson in that position that’s seemingly called up every week.
We’re talking about an established veteran who has over 400 receptions in his career and has played with Drew Brees. He would add depth to a solid receiving corps and help the team win a Super Bowl.
When you look at Super Bowl-winning rosters, the team is usually stacked with talent at all positions and the Saints could add yet another big name with the addition of Ted Ginn.
Ginn would be a very cheap signing too. I’m not saying the Saints absolutely need to sign Ted Ginn, but it would be nice to have him in case of another circumstance where our top three wide receivers are out with injury or illness.