Report: Ted Ginn Jr. visits Vikings

Free-agent wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. visited the Vikings Tuesday, according to Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press. Ginn has spent the last two seasons with the 49ers. He finished 2011 with 19 catches for 220 yards. Ginn can also serve as a return specialist.
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Free-agent wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. visited the Vikings Tuesday, according to Jeremy Fowler of the Pioneer Press. Ginn has spent the last two seasons with the 49ers. He finished 2011 with 19 catches for 220 yards. Ginn can also serve as a return specialist.

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