Ted Ginn wasn’t willing to put someone else’s money

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Ted Ginn wasn’t willing to put someone else’s money

par zhangzk » Lun 28 Oct 2019 à 3h53

In the end Rashan Gary Jersey ,where his mouth is.Ginn has vowed to place $10,000 on the line against anyone who wants to race him. Multiple challengers accepted, or at least tried to. Ginn never proceeded.But Ginn remained willing to prove that he’s indeed faster than anyone in the NFL, signing up for the $1 million (possibly paid out in equal $1 installments for a milli nn simply didn’t show up.That’s right. The races started, and Ginn wasn’t there. Event organizers had enough advance notice to replace Ginn with Broncos running back Khalfani Muhammad, who actually made it to final four of the 16-man event. The more important question is whether organizers did anything to spread the word that Ginn wouldn’t be attending after they knew he wouldn’t be attending; anyone who decided to buy tickets to the event or to order the $39.95 pay-per-view specifically to see whether Ginn could win the thing would have solid grounds to demand a refund, especially if they made the purchase after Ginn canceled — and if no effort was made to let people know Ginn wouldn’t be running.It’s unclear whether any effort had been made to let people know Ginn wouldn’t be running, because the event simply didn’t create eno made, and that they will regard it as a success “if we just execute.”They did. But without the one name that was the most likely to draw eyeballs and interest.Which in the end wasn’t actually a bad thing for Ginn, who gave up a slim chance at winning $1 million but who avoided putting at risk the $2.5 million he he’s due to make this year in New Orleans, along with a $1 million signing bonus proration he arguably would have had to give back to the Saints if he had blown out an Achilles and missed the 2019 season. In four seasons with the Packers, Ty Montgomery never really found his place. He spent time at both running back and wide receiver and at times looked like he was ready to break out as a playmake ith the Jets, and he thinks he has now found an offense he can fit in, thanks to head coach Adam Gase.“He’s not really struggling with are you a running back or are you a receiver?�? Gase told the . “When we have conversations, he just says, ‘You’re a football player. I know what you can do as a route runner and I know what you can do running the ball.�? He doesn’t seem to be trying to figure out whether I’m a running back or you’re a receiver. I feel like a true hybrid in this offense.”Montgomery has been lining up at running back a ming here and when we got him signed, the wheels started turning on offense as far as all right, what are we going to do? How are we going to use these guys? What’s it goin ut a lot on his plate and he’s able to play a lot of different roles for us.”Montgomery had 1,171 all-purpose yards in 2016 before falling out of favor in Green Bay, and the Jets seem to believe he can have that kind of impact this year.
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