Jimmy Graham

#88 TE / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 265 lb Age: 29 College: Miami (Fla.) Bye 9,20,21

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INJURY ALERT: IR | Knee | IR. Out for season
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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Going nowhere

    Graham (knee) will return to the Seahawks next season, according to general manager John Schneider, NFL.com reports. Graham's questionable fit with the Seahawks resulted in sub-par numbers of 48 catches for 605 yards and only two touchdowns prior to his season-ending knee injury in November. While Seattle's offense really kicked into gear following Graham's injury, the tight end remains in the team's plans going forward, according to Schneider. Knowing that, it'll be worthwhile to track Graham's progress within the offense once he returns healthy ahead of next season.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Ditches crutches

    Head coach Pete Carroll relayed Monday that Graham has ditched crutches and continues to rehab his right knee in Florida, according to Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle. Graham's first season with the Seahawks was abbreviated due to a torn patellar tendon, which he suffered on Nov. 29. Struggling to find consistency with the shiny new toy in town, he notched 48 catches (on 74 targets) for 605 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games. With Graham and Marshawn Lynch out due to injury down the stretch, most of the offensive burden was placed on Russell Wilson's shoulders, and he was up to the task, accounting for 20 passing touchdowns and another on the ground over the final seven contests (including playoffs). Although Carroll expects Graham to fulfill the third year of his current contract in 2016, it'll be interesting to see how the tight end is integrated into a scheme that could be more vertical-based if Lynch isn't retained.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Placed on injured reserve

    Graham (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. After the Seahawks revealed that Graham sustained a torn patellar tendon in his right knee this weekend, it was inevitable that the tight end would land on injured reserve, which officially ends his first campaign with the Seahawks. A consistent threat for Russell Wilson in the passing attack, Graham was unable to match his stature as a Saint, accruing 48 catches (on 74 targets) for 605 yards and two touchdowns across 11 games. For the rest of the season and the Seahawks' potential appearance in the playoffs, Luke Willson will serve as the top tight end, while Cooper Helfet remains in reserve.

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    Report: Seahawks' Jimmy Graham suffers season-ending knee injury

    Graham (knee) will need surgery to repair his patellar tendon, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Graham will be out for the rest of the season. The tight end presumably tore his patellar tendon, which means he's no lock to be ready for training camp next year. Luke Willson will take over as the Seahawks' top tight end, with Cooper Helfet serving as the No. 2. The Seattle wide receivers may also see a few more targets due to Graham's absence.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Ruled out for rest of game

    Graham, who suffered a right knee injury during the fourth quarter, will not return to Sunday's game in Seattle, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports. The injury appeared serious, with Graham staying down on the field for a few minutes and then leaving with an air cast over his right leg. Owners will want to wait for further updates before taking action, but there is some chance Graham won't play again this season, in which case Luke Willson would take over as Seattle's top tight end.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Suffers right leg injury

    Graham was carted off the field in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Steelers due to a right leg injury, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports. Graham went down awkwardly in the right corner of the end zone, and the Seahawks' training and medical staffs examined his right knee before encasing the region in an air cast, according to Danny O'Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle. Considering the potentially serious nature of the injury, we may have seen the last of Graham this season, but the team will do their due diligence in determining the true extent. In his place, the Seahawks will turn to Luke Willson and Cooper Helfet at tight end.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Posts another slow day

    Graham caught three passes for 39 yards in another slow day Sunday as the Seahawks defeated he 49ers. Graham, who was targeted only three times, has failed to top 41 yards in six games this season and has reached 75 yards only three times. The Seahawks weren't expected to target him as much as the Saints did, but they don't use him anything like he experienced in New Orleans. Entering the game, he had lined up tight 60.1 percent of plays compared to 37.1 percent with the Saints and 25.7 percent in the slot after 42 percent in New Orleans. Worse, he's been targeted in the red zone a mere eight times this season, just three times inside the 10 (none since Week 3).

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Struggles in loss to Cardinals

    Graham caught three passes for 41 yards on eight targets in Sunday's 39-32 loss to the Cardinals. Graham drew a pass interference penalty and had a 30-yard gain, but he also dropped a couple of passes. He and Doug Baldwin accounted for 18 of Seattle's 24 targets, with no other player getting more than two. Though still a solid option in most formats, Graham now has five games this season with four or fewer catches and fewer than 50 receiving yards. He'll face an easier defense in Week 11, but the Seahawks probably won't need to throw a lot in order to beat the 49ers.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Grabs seven passes for 75 yards

    Graham caught 7-of-10 targets for 75 yards in Sunday's 13-12 win at Dallas. Graham could have had a bigger game, but he and Russell Wilson's timing were a little off on a couple of deep shots. The star TE continues to be either completely uninvolved or a beast, with little in between. The lack of consistency might be frustrating to fantasy owners, but his upside cannot be ignored. He and the Seahawks will be on bye next week, before facing the Cardinals at home in Week 10.

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    Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: Season highs across the board

    Graham had a season-high eight receptions (on 12 targets) for 140 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to Carolina. Graham easily had his most productive game of the season against a Panthers' defense that was familiar with him from his days in New Orleans. In fact, there was a lot of physical play and thrash talking between Graham and several members of Carolina's defense. In any case, it's nice to see Graham get going, as he's been held in check too much for a player of his caliber. He and the Seahawks will have to get ready quickly in Week 7, as they'll travel to San Francisco for Thursday Night Football.

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