On the subject of Cardinals WR Ted Ginn...
"He doesn't have that much experience as a wide out, surprisingly," HC Bruce Arians said. "I have no idea why."
Well, that's about to change. With the Cardinals, Ginn will be primarily used as their third receiver, filling the void left by Andre Roberts, who signed with Washington during free agency. Ginn will still be charged with returning kicks and some punts, but his main duties will be alongside Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd.
"Anytime you can hit a home run in one play, it's easy," Arians said. "The threat of those guys being out there is that every play you can hit one. What they do to the defense to open up everybody else, you don't have to throw it long. You hit a fast guy going across the field, it's easier for him to turn it up and go to the distance."
Arians has been pleased with Ginn's route running and catching ability, which has led to more confidence for Ginn. He'll need it as he embarks on a season as primarily a receiver. He'll still have special teams' duties and QB Carson Palmer hopes Ginn will be able to give the offense shorter fields to work with.
Rookie John Brown has been getting the most offseason press, but the Cardinals added Ginn for his speed and intend to use it. Ginn could be fantasy relevant as a spot starter, especially if either Larry Fitzgerald or Michael Floyd get nicked up.