I speculated earlier in the day that the Panthers could be a team to have some interest in Ginn given that he had a good amount of success in Carolina before joining the Cardinals as a free agent last year. Carolina could also use some help at receiver.
We’ll have more regarding the interested teams in Ginn as the news is available.
According to Cabot, the Browns are just one of many teams interested in the veteran receiver.
Browns S Donte Whitner also mentioned that he has texted HC Mike Pettine and told him that Ginn, would love to come home and play for the Browns.
“(Pettine) said it’s definitely a consideration,” said Whitner. “There may be something to it. Hopefully it will happen.”
This comes just a day after the Cardinals released Ginn in a move that created $2.5 million in cap space for Arizona.
Tony Grossi of ESPN Cleveland suggests that the Browns should consider the idea of signing Ginn, seeing as they could some help at both receiver and special teams.
Ginn, 29, appeared in all 16 games for the Cardinals and caught 14 passes for 190 yards receiving to go along with 694 total kick and punt return yards and a touchdown.
We have Ginn listed as the No. 94 player in our Top 100 Free Agents list.