Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, Dolphins fans.
Ted Ginn opened some eyes at San Francisco’s OTAs on Monday with his “gazelle-like” speed. And then he caused some head-shaking with a series of drops.
“You’ve got to shake it off,” Ginn told Cam Inman of the San Jose Mercury News. “You’ve got to treat it like a [defensive back] when he gets scored on.
You can’t tank. They’re going to happen and you just can’t have that
Ginn should only be a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver in San Francisco, but the 49ers are hoping he can upgrade their punt return position. He dropped a punt too.
We feel for Ginn because he seems to have the right attitude and is a hard worker. But he must know the long leash he was given in Miami will be much shorter in San Francisco, should these drops carry over into the regular season.