Jimmy Graham

#88 TE / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 265 lb Age: 30 College: Miami (Fla.) Bye 6

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  • Head coach Pete Carroll said Graham is not in any pain and feels the best he has in years, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Despite spending last offseason rehabbing from a torn patella, Graham re-established himself as one of the NFL's top receiving threats at his position, catching 65 passes for 923 yards and six touchdowns (on 95 targets) in 16 regular-season games. He was listed on the injury report with a knee issue for much of the year, and he admitted in January that he barely practiced all season. Finally back to full health and increasingly comfortable in Seattle's offense, Graham could make a bid for the kind of stat lines he posted while playing with Drew Brees in New Orleans.

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  • Graham admitted at last weekend's Pro Bowl that he "barely practiced" during the 2016 season, Liz Mathews of USA Today reports. After suffering a torn patellar tendon in Week 12 of his first campaign in Seattle, Graham faced an uphill battle to regain even a semblance of his former standing among the top tight ends in the NFL. Indeed, he didn't make an appearance last preseason and earned just 17 of 82 offensive snaps in the 2016 season opener. Ramping up his workload as the weeks ticked by, he notched the first of three 100-yard efforts in Week 3 and scattered six end-zone visits throughout a complete 16-game slate. The preceding was possible due to Graham's regular appearances on the injury report, typically due to non-injury, suggesting that rest was the recipe for his success. There's no telling if this is his high-water mark as a Seahawk, but he will turn 31 in November, meaning he could be hard-pressed to replicate a 65/923/6 line due to a combination of his age and medical history.

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  • Graham brought in all three of his targets for 22 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 36-20 divisional-round loss to the Falcons. Graham capped off an impressive 12-play, 89-yard drive on the game's opening possession with a seven-yard scoring reception, but he was essentially a non-factor the rest of the way. That was a theme that seemed far too common this season for a player the caliber of Graham, who tallied between just one and three catches in seven games during the regular season. The seventh-year pro may have been indirectly affected by Russell Wilson's health concerns during the campaign, which lead to several sub-par outings for the Seattle offense overall. Graham finished the 2016 season, his second in Seattle with 65 receptions (95 targets) for 923 yards and six touchdowns over 16 games.

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  • Graham hauled in three of four targets for 37 yards in Saturday's 26-6 wild-card victory over the Lions. The play-making tight end was relatively quiet on the night compared to fellow pass-catchers Doug Baldwin and Paul Richardson, who both turned in memorable performances. However, Graham's final reception of the night stood out, as his 10-yard catch on third down with 9:33 remaining in the game brought the ball to the Lions' four-yard line, setting up a Thomas Rawls touchdown run a play later. Despite the modest output Saturday, Graham could well play a key role in next Saturday's divisional round playoff against a Falcons squad that surrendered 11.5 yards per reception to the tight end position this season.

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  • Graham caught four of seven targets for 64 yards in Sunday's win over the 49ers. Graham did the bulk of his damage late in the first half on a 42-yard deep ball in which he returned to his basketball roots and boxed out the San Francisco defenders. Graham has run anywhere from lukewarm to cold down the stretch, having failed to reach 70 yard receiving in a game since Week 9. He gets a favorable match up in the playoff opener against a Detroit team that has surrendered nine touchdowns to tight ends this season, fifth worst in the league.

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Completed Games

WK OPP TAR RECPT REYD REAVG RETD FPTS
1 MIA 1 1 11 11.00 0 1
2 @LAR 4 3 42 14.00 0 4
3 SF 10 6 100 16.67 1 16
4 @NYJ 8 6 113 18.83 0 11
5 BYE - - - - - -
6 ATL 9 6 89 14.83 0 8
7 @ARI 10 5 53 10.60 0 5
8 @NO 5 3 34 11.33 0 3
9 BUF 8 8 103 12.88 2 22
10 @NE 4 4 48 12.00 0 4
11 PHI 5 3 46 15.33 1 10
12 @TB 7 6 67 11.17 0 6
13 CAR 9 6 63 10.50 1 12
14 @GB 4 1 16 16.00 0 1
15 LAR 2 1 31 31.00 0 3
16 ARI 3 2 43 21.50 1 10
17 @SF 7 4 64 16.00 0 6
PROJECTION 76 50 607 12.14 4.7 80.2

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Scheduled Games

WK DATE OPP OPP RANK OPP FPTS
1 09/10 @Green Bay Packers 23 7.89
2 09/17 San Francisco 49ers 19 7.25
3 09/24 @Tennessee Titans 20 7.25
4 10/02 Indianapolis Colts 24 8.25
5 10/08 @Los Angeles Rams 6 5.25
6 BYE - - -
7 10/22 @New York Giants 21 7.41
8 10/29 Houston Texans 3 4.00
9 11/05 Washington Redskins 22 7.50
10 11/10 @Arizona Cardinals 1 2.75
11 11/21 Atlanta Falcons 29 9.37
12 11/26 @San Francisco 49ers 19 7.25
13 12/04 Philadelphia Eagles 2 3.50
14 12/10 @Jacksonville Jaguars 18 7.00
15 12/17 Los Angeles Rams 6 5.25
16 12/24 @Dallas Cowboys 32 10.53
17 12/31 Arizona Cardinals 1 2.75

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Career Stats

Season Tar Recpt ReYd ReTD ReFD ReAvg FPTS
2017 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2016 96 65 923 6 45 14.20 128
2015 73 48 605 2 29 12.60 72
2014 124 85 889 10 54 10.46 148
2013 144 86 1215 16 61 14.13 217
2012 135 85 982 9 59 11.55 152
2011 149 99 1310 11 74 13.23 197
2010 43 31 356 5 21 11.48 65
3 Year Avg 98 66 806 6 43 12.21 116
Career 1445 499 6280 59 343 12.59

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