Ted Ginn, Jr. Traded To 49ers; Miami Fans Can Officially Forget '07 Draft Ever Happened

After acquiring Brandon Marshall, the Dolphins have found Ted Ginn expendable and traded him to the 49ers for a late round 2010 draft pick.

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Niners Nation Reaction On Ted Ginn Trade: 'This Is A Head-Scratcher'

SB Nation's 49ers community, Niners Nation, calls the trade that sends Ted Ginn from the Dolphins to the 49ers a "head-scratcher."

Given the fact that Ginn hasn't been returning many punts the last two years (after I believe 24 his rookie year), this could be viewed as a bit of a head-scratcher. If he's primarily going to return kicks, I suppose this supports the notion that the team doesn't want their #2 receiver (Morgan) getting banged up on kick returns.    

NN goes on to say that this shouldn't change the 49ers draft preparation and doesn't rule out a player like C.J. Spiller because of his return duties.

Check out full reaction from the 49ers faithful at Niners Nation.

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49ers Send A 5th Round Pick To Dolphins In Ted Ginn Trade

The Dolphins spent the 9th overall pick in the draft for Ted Ginn just three years ago.

On Friday they traded him to the 49ers for a 5th round pick. hat's called a bad return on your investment.

The Dolphins had made it known Ginn was available earlier in the season. 

The 49ers, who still hold two first round picks, are beginning to solidify their receiving corps.

For full reaction, check out The Phinsider and Niners Nation.

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Ted Ginn, Jr. Traded To 49ers; Miami Fans Can Officially Forget This Ever Happened

Ted Ginn, Jr. has been traded from the Dolphins to the 49ersaccording to Jay Glazer. The move comes just days after the team acquired Brandon Marshall, making Ginn expendable. The details on what Miami received in return are not yet available.

The move ends Ginn's disappointing three-year tenure in Miami, which started with the Dolphins inexplicably drafting him ninth overall when most pundits had him as a late first rounder, at best. His play on the field never justified such a high pick -- he caught 128 passes over three years and had three return touchdowns.

For more on this move, head to SB Nation's The Phinsider and Niners Nation.

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