Finally some good news for Ted Ginn and the family
First, Ginn seemed in trouble as he lost some kick return opportunities in the last preseason game as Cameron was not happy with his production in that kick return role. But the good news, the notable news, is that while he seemed to be falling behind on special teams, he was advancing at his position.
Ginn, who I still believe will be fine as a kick and punt returner, has apparently impressed coaches quite a bit as a receiver. How much?
Well, it will be interesting to see whether Ginn comes into the game AHEAD of Derek Hagan tonight. I'm told that is possible because Ginn has apparently passed Hagan in the coaching staff's collective thinking when they grade out the receivers.
On another front, veteran tackle Mike Rosenthal, who has missed the entire preseason with a shoulder injury, has been placed on injured reserve today. He is done for the season.
Injured vets Joey Porter and Andre' Goodman are not playing tonight and Joe Toledo continues his frustrating inability to get on the field. He is also out.
Anyway, that's it for the pre-game news. Let me know what you think of YOUR Dolphins before, during and after the game.