Graham (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Graham returned to practice Friday as a limited participant and now appears fine to face the Raiders. He could be in for a busy afternoon, with Davante Adams (toe) ruled out, Geronimo Allison (concussion/chest) listed as doubtful and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (knee/ankle) headed for a game-time decision.
Graham (ankle) returned to practice Friday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Even if he's a limited participant, Graham's return to practice should give him a chance to play in Sunday's game against Oakland. With wide receivers Davante Adams (toe), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (knee/ankle) and Geronimo Allison (chest/concussion) still unable to practice, Graham could see extra targets in a favorable matchup, assuming he's able to play and isn't too limited by the ankle injury.
Graham (ankle) didn't take part in Thursday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
With back-to-back absences under his belt, Graham's availability for Week 7 remains a question mark. Friday's injury report will disclose his chances to suit up Sunday against the Raiders' 22nd-ranked pass defense.
Graham (ankle) was a non-participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Graham's prior appearances on injury reports this season were due to finger, groin and quadriceps concerns. On this occasion, an ankle issue is to blame for Wednesday's absence, but he has two additional opportunities to make his presence felt at practice this week.
Graham caught two passes for 17 yards in Monday's victory over the Lions.
Graham was targeted five times Monday, including twice in the red zone, but he was only able to come away with the two receptions for minimal yardage. Graham has had productive weeks and a few duds thus far, but he is still seeing the bulk of the work at the tight end position for the Packers, playing at least 70 percent of the snaps in four of his last five games. His next game will come against a Raiders team that is coming off a bye but has allowed opposing tight ends to find paydirt three times in five games this season.
Graham caught all three of his targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 34-24 win over the Cowboys.
The 41 yards actually led the Packers' wide receivers and tight ends on the afternoon, as the passing game took a back seat to a massive performance from Aaron Jones both on the ground and through the air. Graham only has 19 targets through five games, far below his usual pace, but if Davante Adams (toe) remains sidelined, the veteran tight end should see more volume as one of Aaron Rodgers' most reliable options.
Graham is expected to benefit from an enhanced role in the Packers' passing attack Sunday against the Cowboys with Davante Adams (toe) ruled out for the contest, Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Packers offered a preview of what might come this weekend when Adams exited with the toe injury on the final drive of the team's Week 4 loss to the Eagles. On three straight downs at the one-yard line, Aaron Rodgers targeted Graham, with the final pass ultimately getting intercepted on a deflection. Graham still corralled his lone other red-zone target for a touchdown earlier in the game and finished with season highs in receptions (six) and yards (51), a welcome development after he failed to catch a pass in both of the prior two weeks. Given that Adams is now slated to miss a full game along with the fact that few established options exist behind him on the depth chart at receiver, Graham should once again be one of Rodgers' favored reads in the passing game.
Graham brought in six of nine targets for 61 yards and a touchdown in the Packers' 34-27 loss to the Eagles on Thursday.
Graham rather surprisingly checked in behind only Davante Adams (toe) in receptions, receiving yardage and targets on the night for the Packers. The veteran tight end also found the end zone for the first time this season late in the third quarter on a 16-yard scoring toss from Aaron Rodgers, knotting the score at 27 at the time. The solid line essentially amounted to a breakout effort for Graham, who'd seen just one target apiece in each of the previous two games and hadn't recorded a reception since the opener versus the Bears. The 32-year-old will look to build on Thursday's surprising effort in a conference showdown against the Cowboys in Week 5, a week from Sunday.
Graham (groin/quadriceps) does not have an injury designation Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Graham was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, but he appears to have shaken off his injuries and will suit up Thursday versus the Eagles. In three games, Graham has caught only three of seven targets for 30 yards and one touchdown. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers said Wednesday that he wants to get Graham more involved in the offense, according to Demovsky, so the veteran tight end could see increased target volume going forward.
Graham (groin/quadriceps) was listed as a limited participant Tuesday on the Packers' estimated practice report, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
The limited listing represents an upgrade from the Packers' initial Week 4 practice report Monday, when Graham was labeled a non-participant. Graham faces a quick turnaround this week with the Packers playing the Eagles on Thursday, but coach Matt LaFleur has yet to suggest that the tight end is in serious jeopardy of missing the contest.
Graham was listed as a non-participant on Monday's estimated injury report due to groin and quad injuries, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Graham was slowed by a groin injury last week, and he is now also dealing with a quad injury, which may have occurred early in the third quarter of Sunday's victory over the Broncos, according to Zach Kruse of USA Today. The extent of Graham's injuries is uncertain, but he will not have much time to recover with the Packers playing Thursday night in Week 4. If Graham is unable to go Thursday against the Eagles, Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan would be in line for more work.
Graham was not targeted Sunday for the second week in a row.
Graham dealt with a couple injuries over the last two weeks, but he also did not catch a pass in either Week 2 or Week 3 after a productive season opener. Given his history and contract, Graham is presumably the top tight end in Green Bay, but it should be noted he has not officially started a game this season, and played just 24 of the Packers' 57 snaps (42 percent) Sunday. Graham figures to have a tough time bouncing back in Week 4, as the Packers will have a short week of practice with a Thursday game on the schedule, and he'll be facing an Eagles defense that bottled up a couple tight ends around Graham's spot on the cheat sheets -- T.J. Hockenson and Austin Hooper -- over its last two contests.
Graham (groin) is active Week 3 against Denver.
Graham returned to the practice field on a limited basis for Friday's session, and all indicators at that time suggested the tight end would be suiting up. He's now through pregame warmups and appears in line to take on a regular workload. While Graham saw the field for 54 snaps (73 percent) Week 2 against Minnesota, he wasn't a major factor in the passing game, seeing just one target. He'll look to get more involved against a Denver defense that is in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed to opposing tight ends. While opposing tight ends have been targeted 19 times against the Broncos, the unit has yet to allow one to reach the end zone.
Graham (groin), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The groin injury prevented Graham from taking part in the Packers' first two practices of the week, but the tight end was able to turn in a limited session Friday before garnering the questionable tag. Coach Matt LaFleur noted after Friday's practice that Graham looked good, so unless the 32-year-old experiences a pregame setback, he'll likely be in store for a normal snap count.
Graham (groin) was a limited practice participant Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Ryan Wood of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Coach Matt LaFleur said Graham looked good at Friday's practice, noting the tight end should have "a seamless transition" heading into Sunday. It sounds like Graham will be able to play, but he was held without a catch on 51 offensive snaps while battling through the same groin injury last week. The Packers have a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
Graham (groin) went through drills at the start of Friday's practice, giving him a shot to play in Sunday's game against Denver, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Graham presumably will be listed as a limited participant, upgrading from DNP the previous two days. He played through the groin injury in last week's 21-16 win over Minnesota, finishing with just one target and no catches on 51 snaps. It sounds like he'll be listed as questionable when the final injury report comes out Friday afternoon. Marcedes Lewis, Robert Tonyan and Evan Baylis represent Green Bay's other options at tight end.
Graham (groin) didn't practice Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Graham has exchanged a finger injury from Week 1 and 2 with a groin issue this week. With health concerns continuing to bite the veteran tight end, the Packers promoted Evan Baylis from the practice squad to join Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan on the 53-man roster. Friday's injury report will give a better sense of Graham's potential to play Sunday versus the Broncos.
Graham (groin) was a non-participant at Wednesday's walkthrough, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Graham has shed the finger injury that forced appearances on every Packers practice report to date, but a groin issue has replaced it, keeping him off the field during the team's first Week 3 session. While he has two more practices to prove his health, Marcedes Lewis and Robert Tonyan are waiting in the wings for elevated roles.
Graham was not targeted in Sunday's victory over the Vikings.
It's not clear if the finger injury that limited Graham at practice last week played any part Sunday, but regardless, he was shut out in the box score after a nice showing Week 1. Graham dominated the tight end snaps for the Packers on Sunday, playing 54 of a possible 75 plays (72 percent), but the goose egg certainly won't inspire confidence in those considering Graham in Week 3.
Graham (finger) will play in Sunday's game against the Vikings, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
A limited practice participant throughout the week, Graham doesn't have a game designation on the final injury report. He didn't show any issues with the finger in the season opener, catching three of six targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in a 10-3 win over the Bears.
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