If you don’t want to pass Teddy Ginn, Jr the ball, that’s OK. He’ll just take opposing kick off kicks and return them for touchdowns instead. Just ask the New York Jets. Ginn’s performance was a record-breaker, making him the second offensive player to get record book recognition.
Redemption comes in all shapes and sizes, apparently.
It’s hard, however, not to imagine what Ginn would be capable of if he could catch the ball on a consistent basis. His natural talent is obviously jaw-dropping. Unfortunately for Ginn, that same “dropping” aspect applies to his ability to catch the football as well.