It didn't take the Cardinals long to find their replacement for Andre Roberts. And he seems a better fit for Bruce Arians' vertical offense. The Cardinals signed former Panthers wideout Ted Ginn Jr. to a three-year contract. Ginn was a valuable No. 3 receiver for Carolina last year, as he gained 556 yards and scored a career-high five offensive touchdowns -- one fewer than he had scored in six previous seasons combined. Ginn also added more than 900 yards in punt and kick returns.
Ginn will remain a No. 3 option with Arizona, but instead of being flanked by Brandon LaFell and Steve Smith, he will play alongside Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald . That means Ginn will probably see fewer targets and receptions in the desert. But the 28-year-old Ginn is still a very valuable weapon on special teams. It just won't mean a whole lot for his fantasy stock. He remains an all-or-nothing play.
The Panthers are almost literally starting from scratch at wide receiver.