Ted Ginn Jr."s open challenge to anyone to best him in a foot race has culminated in a 40-yard dash tournament that will feature numerous NFLers.

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The event, titled "40 yards of Gold," will take place June 29 and pit Ginn against notable football stars, including his New Orleans Saints teammate Alvin Kamara.

The field already includes 26 names and is anticipated to grow. Here"s the tale of the tape of the players confirmed to be participating, divided by offense and defense:


Offense

Ted Ginn, WR, SaintsAge: 34Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 180 lbs.Experience: 12 seasons40 time: 4.37 seconds at his pre-draft workoutFast Fact: Turned down a track career and a shot at the 2008 Olympics to pursue football.

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Alvin Kamara, RB, SaintsAge: 23Height: 5-foot-10Weight: 215 lbs.Experience: 2 seasons40 time: 4.56 seconds at the combineFast Fact: Doubled as a kick returner his rookie season, averaging 31.5 yards per return and scoring on a 106-yard return touchdown.

Kareem Hunt, RB, BrownsAge: 23Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 216 lbs.Experience: 2 seasons40 time: 4.62 seconds at the combineFast Fact: The NFL"s rushing leader his rookie season, he reached 20.84 miles per hour on a 58-yard run in his first career game.

Jakeem Grant, WR, DolphinsAge: 26Height: 5-foot-7Weight: 169 lbs.Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.38 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Listed as one of the fastest ball carriers of 2018, reaching 21.58 miles per hour on a 71-yard punt-return touchdown.

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Robby Anderson, WR, JetsAge: 26Height: 6-foot-3Weight: 190 lbs.Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.34 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Hit a max speed of 21.5 miles per hour on a 76-yard catch-and-run touchdown last season.

Corey Coleman, WR, GiantsAge: 24Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 185 lbs.Experience: 4 seasons40 time: 4.37 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: A high school standout in track and field, he recorded the fastest time - 4.32 seconds - at the SPARQ Combine.

Mark Ingram, RB, RavensAge: 29Height: 5-foot-9Weight: 215 lbs.Experience: 8 seasons40 time: 4.62 seconds at the combineFast Fact: A surprise inclusion on this list, Ingram has worked with XPE Sports Academy since his third year to improve his speed and explosiveness.

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Jacoby Ford, WR, Free AgentAge: 31Height: 5-foot-9Weight: 190 lbs.Experience: 4 seasons40 time: 4.28 seconds at the combineFast Fact: A former state champion in the 100- and 200-meter dash in 2005, Ford won the 60-meter dash at the indoor track and field championships in 2009.

Jeff Badet, WR, VikingsAge: 24Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 182 lbs.Experience: Rookie40 time: 4.27 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Badet"s pro day time would"ve bested any run at the combine over the past two years.

Richie James, WR, 49ersAge: 23Height: 5-foot-9Weight: 185 lbs.Experience: 1 season40 time: 4.48 seconds at the combineFast Fact: James won multiple state titles in track as a high schooler.

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Damiere Byrd, WR, CardinalsAge: 26Height: 5-foot-9Weight: 180 lbs.Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.28 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Byrd"s 4.28 time at his pro day came on grass, a surface deemed to be 0.13 seconds slower to run on.

Christian Blake, WR, FalconsAge: 22Height: 6-foot-1Weight: 181 lbs.Experience: 2 seasons40 time: 4.51 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Blake signed with Atlanta as an undrafted free agent and has yet to appear in an NFL game.

Kevin Snead, WR, Free AgentAge: 27Height: 6-foot-0Weight: 190 lbs.Experience: 0 seasons40 time: 4.28 seconds at the regional combineFast Fact: Snead was deemed "the fastest man in college football" during his time at Division II college Carson-Newman.

Defense

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Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, RedskinsAge: 33Height: 6-foot-2Weight: 203 lbs.Experience: 11 seasons40 time: 4.33 seconds at the combineFast Fact: The oldest player in the competition, Rodgers-Cromartie won the Ohio Valley Conference long jump title in college and took the 60-meter and high jump indoor titles as well.

Trae Waynes, CB, VikingsAge: 26Height: 6-foot-0Weight: 190 lbs.Experience: 4 seasons40 time: 4.31 seconds at the combineFast Fact: Waynes posted the fastest time among defensive backs at the 2015 combine.

John Franklin III, CB, BearsAge: 24Height: 6-foot-1Weight: 186 lbs.Experience: 0 seasons40 time: 4.4 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: The former Last Chance U star converted to defense from quarterback and wide receiver. He claimed to run a 4.19 40.

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Kevin Byard, S, TitansAge: 25Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 212 lbs.Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.44 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Byard owns 12 interceptions in the NFL over the past two seasons.

Quinton Dunbar, CB, RedskinsAge: 26Height: 6-foot-2Weight: 197 lbs.Experience: 4 seasons40 time: 4.44 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Dunbar was a member of the inaugural U.S. National Football Team.

Rashard Robinson, CB, JetsAge: 23Height: 6-foot-2Weight: 177 lbs.Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.28 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: After running a 4.49 at the combine, Robinson added faster times of 4.28 and 4.33 at his pro day.

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Terrell Sinkfield, DB, Free AgentAge: 28Height: 6-foot-1Weight: 195 lbs.Experience: 0 seasons40 time: 4.19 seconds at his pro dayFast Fact: Sinkfield recorded the stunning 40 time at the Minnesota pro day in 2013, prompting scouts to ask him to run it a third time.

Jerome Baker, LB, DolphinsAge: 22Height: 6-foot-1Weight: 225 lbs.Experience: 1 season40 time: 4.53 seconds at the combineFast Fact: The only linebacker in the competition, Baker was considered the fastest player on the team during his time at Ohio State.

Jalen Myrick, CB, VikingsAge: 24Height: 5-foot-11Weight: 200 lbs.Experience: 1 season40 time: 4.28 seconds at the combineFast Fact: Myrick"s blistering 40 time was overshadowed by John Ross, who broke the combine record the same year at a time of 4.22 seconds.

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Budda Baker, S, CardinalsAge: 23Height: 5-foot-10Weight: 195 lbs.Experience: 2 seasons40 time: 4.45 seconds at the combineFast Fact: Baker was named high school athlete of the year by Seattle Times during his senior year of high school.

Donte Jackson, CB, PanthersAge: 23Height: 5-foot-10Weight: 180 lbs.Experience: 1 season40 time: 4.32 seconds at the combineFast Fact: Jackson recorded the best 40 time of any player at the 2018 scouting combine.

Charles James II, DB, Free AgentAge: 29Height: 5-foot-9Weight: 185 lbs.Experience: 5 seasons40 time: 4.44 seconds at a private workoutFast Fact: James has played for seven different football teams in the past seven years.

T.J. Green, DB, Free AgentAge: 24Height: 6-foot-3Weight: 215 lbs.

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Experience: 3 seasons40 time: 4.34 seconds at the combineFast Fact: In 2016, Green posted the fastest 40 time by a safety at the combine, a mark topped this year by Zedrick Woods.