MIAMI (AP) _ The Miami Dolphins went for Ginn, not Quinn -- and
fans at the team's draft party jeered the decision.
With Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn on the board, the
Dolphins decided against addressing their most glaring need in the
first round and instead took Ohio State receiver-returner Ted Ginn
New coach Cam Cameron later made a three-minute appearance at a
draft party in the Dolphins' indoor practice bubble. Fans greeted
him with boos and continued to jeer as he spoke.
Cameron said -- quote -- ``Ted Ginn is going to be someone
you're going to enjoy watching play for a long, long time as a
Fans had geared up for Miami to select a quarterback in the
opening round for only the third time in 40 years -- and for the
first time since Dan Marino in 1983.
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