Momentum for a reunion between the Saints and TE Jimmy Graham is building, NFL Media's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo tweeted Monday morning, roughly a half-hour after teams and agents could officially start negotiating.
According to multiple reports, Graham will either end up with the Saints or the Packers. Graham never matched his prolific production with Brees in Seattle, but he's coming off a 10-TD campaign in which he finished by playing his best ball as a Seahawk.
Graham, 31, is widely expected to move on this offseason following three years with the Seattle Seahawks. Over his eight-year National Football League career, Graham has tallied 556 receptions for 6,800 yards and 69 touchdowns. It appears they will try another swing at a tight end weapon for Aaron Rodgers.
The Packers need a veteran tight end after deciding to replace Jared Cook with Martellus Bennett last offseason.
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The Packers are trying to bolster an offense that is beginning to show age on the outside. Graham would give Rodgers a 6-foot-7 and 265-pound target to work with, which would be a nightmare for opposing defensive coordinators.
Expect to hear more news come out in the near future about Graham and where the next chapter of his career will be played.
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