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Could Ginn be on the move if the team inks a replacement?

The Miami Herald says that the team could move former first round pick Ted Ginn if they can find a replacement for him:

Ted Ginn Jr., who could be traded if the Dolphins find a quality replacement, said he must improve his hand-eye coordination. Ginn, who had just 53 yards after the catch on 38 receptions, played 47.6 percent of Miami’s offensive snaps – behind receivers Greg Camarillo (60.4) and Davone Bess (50.6). “Ginn has trouble concentrating,” former Fins great Mark Duper said. And “the Dolphins don’t throw deep downfield enough. The rules favor receivers and they don’t take enough chances.”

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