The Giants have reportedly turned their attention toward free agent wide receiver Ted Ginn after Jacoby Jones spurned their advances in favor of a return to Baltimore.
If so, they may have done it just in time to watch him board a flight to Arizona. Peter Schrager of FOXSports.com reports that Ginn is on his way there to meet with the Cardinals.
Should he wind up signing with the Cards, Ginn looks like a good fit for two spots. On offense, he could step into Andre Roberts’ role as a third receiver to go with Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd. Cardinals coach Bruce Arians has had good success with speedy receivers in the past and Ginn certainly qualifies for that description.
Ginn would also boost a kickoff return unit that finished 31st in the league last season. He’s returned three kicks for touchdowns in his career and his 23.1 yards per return last season topped Arizona’s output by more than three yards. Ginn also has three punt return touchdowns under his belt, so he could fit in there if the Cardinals want Patrick Peterson to focus on his cornerback duties.