Jimmy Graham to sign with Packers despite interest from Saints


The 2017 season was the first time since Graham was traded to the Seahawks in 2015 that he's been healthy enough to play in all 16 games.

Heading into free agency, we had Graham ranked as the second-best tight end available.

Packers intend to sign TE Jimmy Graham to a three-year deal, sources tell ESPN.

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NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport called it a "huge move" for Green Bay. It was the fourth time the veteran scored double-digit touchdowns and the first time since 2014.

Graham has played the last three seasons in Seattle. But otherwise the season was something of a washout as he had just 57 catches for 520 yards - a career-low average of 9.1 per reception - and was tied for second in the National Football League in drops with seven.

Graham was one of the Saints' best offensive weapons during his tenure in New Orleans, but it took the Seahawks two years to figure out how to take advantage of Graham's skill set as a dominant red zone threat.

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Two years ago, Green Bay added Jared Cook, who provided a spark in the postseason but was average at best when present on the field during the regular season. Now he'll see what he can do in Green Bay.

Last season he didn't record double-digit receptions in a single game.

The tight end position with the Packers has been one of a lack of productivity, particularly in 2017 with the combination of Martellus Bennett, Lance Kendricks and Richard Rodgers.

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