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Miami Dolphins: Top 8 Questions For Ted Guinn

ST. LOUIS, MO. - NOVEMBER 30:  Ted Ginn Jr. #19 of the Miami Dolphins runs up field against the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome on November 30, 2008 in St. Louis, Missouri.  The Dolphins beat the Rams 16-12.  (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)
Christopher StockContributor IMay 29, 2009

Dolphins' wide receiver Ted Ginn is heading into his third NFL season.  After catching fifty six passes for 790 yards and two touchdowns, he's looking for an even bigger season in 2009.

Here are my top ten questions for Ginn:

1.) The team obviously had an impressive year last year, how enjoyable was that ride into the playoffs especially considering the 1-15 season in your rookie year?

2.) What are the team's expectations in 2009?

3.) Do you feel you are going to take your game to the next level this season after a productive year in 2008?

4.) How much more comfortable are you in the offense heading into your third season compared to your rookie year?

5.) Looking back to last year, what do you remember about the Buffalo game, as you caught seven passes for a career-high 175 yards?

6.) Following the game against Buffalo, did you feel teams paid more attention to you?

7.) In both of your seasons in the NFL, you have two receiving touchdowns, what will it take to improve those numbers?

8.) Are there other receivers in the NFL that you talk with or watch to learn from them to use in your game?

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