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Former Carolina Panthers wide receiver and returner Ted Ginn Jr. is retiring from the NFL. Ginn announced the news Friday during a news conference at his former high school, Glenville High School, in Cleveland. “I’ve dedicated my entire life to football until now,” Ginn said, per Cleveland.com. “I’m going out in peace. … On my own terms, not forced out.” Originally drafted ninth overall in 2007 out of Ohio State by the Miami Dolphins, Ginn spent time with six different NFL teams in his 14 seasons. He also played for the San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals, New Orleans Saints and Chicago B…
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