NFL 14-year veteran wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. made an announcement today that he is retiring.
He said the decision was hard but he’s happy about it.
“I have no injuries, I got some aches and pains,” he said with a smile. “It’s on my own terms, not forced out. Respectfully leaving the game the right way. The way I wanted to.”
“I can shine for my kids. I can shine for my wife,” he said.
Cleveland native, former Ohio State Buckeye and 14-year NFL veteran Ted Ginn Jr. announces his retirement.
Ginn, a Glenville High School grad, played for the Dolphins, 49ers, Panthers, Cardinals, Saints, and most recently the Bears.
— Camryn Justice (@camijustice) July 16, 2021
WR Ted Ginn Jr. announces retirement from NFL after 14-year career with the Dolphins, 49ers, Panthers, Cardinals, Saints, and recently the Bears. https://t.co/kdHc891i8V
— Antwan V. Staley (@antwanstaley) July 16, 2021