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Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Out for season
Graham suffered a season-ending knee injury and has been placed on injured reserve, Baxley McClain of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports
Graham played all 16 games for Atlanta the past two seasons, but apart from a three-game stint replacing Austin Hooper in Nov. 2019, he's essentially been a special-teams guy. With Hayden Hurst and Kyle Pitts atop the depth chart this summer, Graham was competing for one of the final roster spots, likely hoping special teams would be his ticket again. He'll instead miss the season and then hope to win a spot in 2022.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Sticking in Atlanta
The Falcons re-signed Graham on Friday.
Graham's 2020 campaign was quieter than 2019, with him catching just three targets for 25 yards throughout 16 games in his last year. It will likely take injuries before the tight end's role might significantly increase, but the 25-year-old will aim to see more targets in the upcoming year.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Closes out 2020 with three catches
Graham did not receive a target during Sunday's 44-27 loss to Tampa Bay, and he concluded the 2020 season with three receptions for 25 yards.
Graham enjoyed a brief stretch of fantasy utility last season, collecting seven receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown between Weeks 9 and 11. The 25-year-old's offensive involvement during 2020 was virtually obsolete, however, as Hayden Hurst dominated the position's passing-game work by racking up 56 receptions for 571 yards and six touchdowns on 88 targets. The Yale standout is set to see his contract expire in March, presenting uncertainty regarding his future with the organization.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Snags lone target in loss
Graham corralled his only target for seven yards during Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Chargers.
Graham saw his target share tripled by No. 1 tight end Hayden Hurst, but the Yale product still finished with an identical output in catches and yards. He's drawn four targets the past three weeks after attracting one target over his first 10 appearances of the season, but Graham remains with a total of just three receptions for 25 yards in 2020.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Records one catch against Raiders
Graham reeled in one of two targets for 11 receiving yards during Sunday's 43-6 win against Las Vegas.
Starting tight end Hayden Hurst quadrupled Graham's target share Week 12, but the 25-year-old's two offensive looks still constitute a new season high. The Yale product had attracted only one pass from Matt Ryan over 50 total offensive snaps between Weeks 1 and 11. Graham remains the No. 3 option on Atlanta's tight end depth chart behind Hurst and Luke Stocker heading into a divisional matchup against New Orleans.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Offensive role remains obsolete
Graham was not targeted on any of his 10 offensive snaps during Sunday's 34-27 win against the Broncos, though he did record one tackle over 17 special-teams snaps.
Hayden Hurst has developed into a reliable pass-catching tight end with 241 receiving yards the past four weeks, while Graham remains with just one catch for seven yards on the season. The Yale product sits third on the TE depth chart, directly behind Luke Stocker, who has averaged a considerable 31.1 offensive snaps per game in 2020 as the No. 2 to Hurst. Graham would likely become the top passing-catching option at the position if Hurst were to go down, as he recorded 117 receiving yards Weeks 11 to 13 of last season with then-Falcon Austin Hooper missing time because of a knee injury. Stocker has only exceeded 95 receiving yards twice over his 10 pro campaigns.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Clear for Week 9
Graham (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
The 25-year-old began the week as a limited participant due to the knee issue, but he practiced fully over the past two days. Graham should continue to serve as Atlanta's No. 3 tight end behind Hayden Hurst and Luke Stocker.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Held back in Wednesday's session
Graham (knee) was held to limited participation during Wednesday's practice, William McFadden of the Falcons' official site reports.
Graham fielded six snaps on the offensive side and seven more on special teams as Atlanta captured a 25-17 victory over Carolina on Thursday night. He was not identified as having an injury during or immediately after the Week 8 contest, but he's since popped up on the injury report because of a knee issue of some kind. It's promising for his Week 9 status that Graham was at least able to log a limited session Wednesday, but if he can't go Sunday against the Broncos, Luke Stocker would remain the only other tight end on the roster besides Hayden Hurst.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Still without catch on year
Graham did not register a catch or target during Monday night's 30-16 loss to the Packers.
The Yale standout has been a contributor with 55 special-teams snaps through the first four weeks of 2020, though he has yet to be targeted on any of his 22 combined offensive snaps. Graham stepped in and provided a brief stretch of fantasy utility last year as then-Falcon Austin Hooper dealt with a knee injury, corralling seven passes for 117 yards and a touchdown between Weeks 10 and 13. So far in 2020, the 24-year-old has hardly gotten involved in the offensive attack, as Hayden Hurst (13 catches) and Luke Stocker (one catch) have garnered all of Atlanta's pass-catching work at tight end.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: No catches against Seattle
Graham was held without a target or catch during Sunday's 38-25 loss to the Seahawks.
The 24-year-old entered Week 1 as the anticipated No. 2 pass-catching tight end behind Hayden Hurst, but that did not amount to fantasy production in the season opener despite Atlanta putting up 54 pass attempts. Graham collected 11 special-teams snaps during the contest, but he was scarcely utilized on offense, fielding only eight snaps against Seattle's defense. A Week 2 matchup against Dallas provides opportunity for Graham to find his way onto the stat sheet, as the Cowboys gave up more tight end receptions (104) than any other team in the NFL last season.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Well-positioned for roster spot
Graham is one of the Falcons' top two pass-catching tight ends, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
The 24-year-old seems primed to secure a roster spot with Atlanta for a second straight season, after recording nine catches for 149 yards and one touchdown across 16 games in 2019. He made his greatest impact while Austin Hooper sat out Weeks 11 through 13 with a knee injury, corralling seven passes for 117 yards and his lone TD during that stretch. Matthew Tabeek of the Falcons' official site considers Graham a lock to make the 53-man roster alongside starter Hayden Hurst, while Luke Stocker and rookie Jared Pinkney continue to battle for depth roles.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Catches nine passes in 2019
Graham caught nine of 10 targets for 149 yards and one touchdown while appearing in all 16 games during the 2019 season.
The former All-Ivy League performer signed with the Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2018, but it wasn't until this season that he made his NFL debut. Graham's best stretch came between Weeks 12 and 13 while top tight end Austin Hooper was sidelined with a knee injury, with the 24-year-old collecting five catches for 94 yards and a touchdown in that span. Across his other 14 appearances, Graham managed just four additional catches for 55 yards. Under contract for one more season, the 24-year-old is likely to serve as a backup option again in 2020.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Likely to lose work to Hooper
Graham (thigh) practiced fully Friday and doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game against the Panthers, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Graham was the primary beneficiary of Austin Hooper's (knee) three-game absence, hauling in seven of eight targets for 117 yards and one TD during that span. With Hooper back in the fold this weekend, Graham likely will experience a downtick in his recent workload, which amounted to between 52 and 66 percent of the offensive snaps. If Hooper is at all limited, though, Graham may not fall all the way back to his handful of plays per game from the first nine contests of the campaign.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Still restricted in practice
Graham (thigh) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Through the Falcons' two official practices this week, Graham's activity has matched that of top tight end Austin Hooper (knee), who was also turned in limited participation Wednesday and Thursday. Graham's fantasy utility for Sunday's matchup with the Panthers will ultimately be tied to the health of Hooper, who stands a good chance of returning from a three-game absence due to an MCL sprain. If the Falcons ultimately decide to hold out Hooper for another week, Graham -- if cleared to play himself -- would make for a decent option in fantasy leagues that start two tight ends after he hauled in all four of his targets for a career-high 41 yards and a touchdown in Atlanta's Thanksgiving Day loss to the Saints.... See More ... See Less
Falcons' Jaeden Graham: Logs limited practice
Graham was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a thigh injury, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Graham scored the first touchdown of his career in the Falcons' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Saints, during which he finished with four catches for 41 yards and apparently picked up the thigh issue. With Austin Hooper (knee) and Luke Stocker (back) also limited to begin the week, Graham could have another chance to lead Atlanta's tight-end corps Sunday against the Panthers, provided he's the healthiest of the trio entering the weekend.... See More ... See Less
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