Packers to sign TE Jimmy Graham


A few years later, the offense in Seattle is still working to get off the ground, but Graham is landing in perhaps the best place he's ever played.

Last year, the Packers believed they had their answer at tight end in Martellus Bennett.

The 31-year-old Graham was considered the top tight end on the market, and although the Saints expressed interest in bringing him back, the Packers convinced him to head to Green Bay.

It's been thought for a while now that Graham would not be back in Seattle and it's not thought Graham gave much consideration to staying or that Seattle made a real aggressive effort to make him stay.

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Graham isn't quite as dynamic as he was in his prime with the Saints, but he's still trouble for opposing defenses, as evidenced by his ten touchdowns in 2017.

Why did the Packers sign Jimmy Graham? . He caught 57 passes for 520 yards - the second and third worst totals of his career, respectively. In the final four weeks of the year, he caught one pass or less in three of those games.

In three seasons with the Seahawks, Graham played in 45 games, recorded 176 receptions for 2,104 yards and 18 touchdowns.

Graham has been one of the best players in the NFL at his position since entering the league, earning five Pro Bowl appearances and one first-team All-Pro selection in 2013, when he tallied a league-best 16 receiving touchdowns.