Graham announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday.
Graham hangs up his cleats after kicking for 10 teams across his 15 professional seasons. The 39-year-old is most recognized for his seven-year stint with the Bengals, which included a Pro Bowl selection in 2005. After going undrafted out of Virginia Tech in 2000, Graham finishes his career with an impressive 85.5 percent success rate on field goals and 1,260 total points scored.
Graham was cut by the Falcons on Friday, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports.
Graham was brought into Atlanta after fellow Matt Bryant got injured last season with five games remaining. In his abbreviated stint with the team, Graham converted 11 of 13 field goal tries, which earned him the opportunity to compete with Bryant to start this season. However, following the preseason, the Falcons have apparently now opted to stick with Bryant, sending the 19-year veteran Graham packing.
Graham signed a contract with the Falcons on Saturday.
Graham is no stranger to Atlanta. After Matt Bryant went down due to a quadriceps injury last season, Graham assumed kicking duties for the Falcons. In his short five-game stint, Graham connected on 11 of 13 tries and hit all of his eight extra point attempts. Entering his 19th season, Graham hasn't showed any signs of decay and could be a solid option at kicker for an offense expected to score a lot of points in 2016.
Graham signed with the Falcons after Matt Bryant suffered a quadriceps injury, and he connected with 11-of-13 field goals in five games.
The 38-year-old filled in well, all things considered. Matt Bryant has one year left on his contract, and while the team will probably look for a younger option this season, the 38-year-old Graham isn't going to be a long term option.
Graham figures to serve as the Falcons' kicker for the remainder of this season, after teammate Matt Bryant (quadriceps) was placed on injured reserve Friday.
Graham had filled in for the injured Bryant the past two weeks, but now enters this Sunday's game against the Panthers with some clarity regarding his situation for the rest of this season. Last weekend, the veteran Graham made all four of his field goal attempts against the Buccaneers.
Graham will once again serve as the Falcons' kicker Sunday against the Panthers, ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports.
With Matt Bryant (quad) ruled out by the team Friday, Graham will handle the team's kicking duties for the third week in a row on Sunday. In Week 13, the 38-year-old made all four of his field goal attempts in a 23-19 loss to the Bucs, en route to a 13-point effort.
Graham will serve as the Falcons' kicker once again this Sunday against the Buccaneers, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Graham will once again fill in for the injured Matt Bryant (quad), who has already been ruled out for Sunday's NFC South showdown. In his Falcons debut last weekend, Graham made one field goal and one extra point.
Graham made a field goal and an extra point in his only two tries in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Graham was signed to fill in for the injured Matt Bryant, and he did his job Sunday. It's uncertain how long Bryant may be sidelined with the quadriceps injury, so Graham will continue to handle the kicking duties for the foreseeable future.
Graham (not injury related) is active for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
With Matt Bryant out for this game with a strained quad, the veteran Graham will handle kicking duties for the Falcons.
The Falcons have signed Graham.
Graham was added by the team Thursday, with Matt Bryant having strained his quad Wednesday during practice and thus potentially missing Sunday's game against the Vikings.
The Saints released kicker Shayne Graham on Tuesday, which comes just a few months after he signed a one-year, $970,000 contract. The remaining kickers on the Saints roster are Dustin Hopkins and Zach Hocker.
Graham is a 14-year veteran of the NFL. He appeared in all 16 games for New Orleans in 2014, going 19 of 22 on field goals and 46 of 47 on extra points.
The Saints have re-signed kicker Shayne Graham and outside linebacker Parys Haralson to league minimum contracts for 2015, reports NOLA.com.
Graham, who is entering his 15th season in the league, will earn $970,000 and Haralson, entering his 10th season, will earn $870,000.
Graham went 19 of 22 on field goals in 2014 with a long of 50 yards and also went 46 of 47 on extra points. Haralson totaled 35 tackles for the Saints in 2014 with three sacks.
The Saints re-signed kicker Shayne Graham, the team announced on Thursday. Financial details weren't available, but the free agent kicker was signed to a one-year contract.
Graham is in his second stint with the Saints. He was cut in the 2000 preseason without appearing in a regular-season game. He rejoined the team in December, 2013 and was the team's kicker all last season.
Saints kicker Shayne Graham was not needed for a field goal attempt during Sunday's 30-14 defeat to the Falcons in Week 16. Graham converted two extra points in the loss.
New Orleans will face Tampa Bay in Week 17.
Saints kicker Shayne Graham hit 1 of 2 field goals Monday for the second straight game, making him 19 of 22 this season. Graham pushed a 51-yarder wide right but converted from 25 yards.
He added four PATs for seven points. Graham plays the Falcons on Sunday.
The Saints tried out three kickers Wednesday, but it is unknown if they are preparing to release current kicker Shayne Graham or establishing fallback options if Graham was to go down, according to ESPN reporter Mike Triplett.
Kickers who worked out for the Saints included: Garrett Hartley, Derek Dimke and Zach Hocker.
Hartley, who was released by the team last December, was New Orleans' kicker during their 2009 Super Bowl run.
Saints placekicker Shayne Graham blew a 42-yard field goal attempt in the second quarter Sunday against Carolina, but it wouldn't have mattered in a 31-point defeat.
Graham did nail a 41-yarder in the third and boot through his lone extra point attempt.
Saints kicker Shayne Graham made all five of his extra point attempts in Sunday's win over the Steelers.
It was only the third time this season that Graham did not attempt a field goal.
The Saints will face the Panthers in Week 14.
Saints kicker Shayne Graham booted field goals of 20 and 34 yards and added three PATs in Monday's loss to the Ravens. Following that nine-point outing, Graham visits the Steelers in Week 13.
Saints kicker Shayne Graham was not asked to do much in Sunday's 27-10 defeat to the Bengals in Week 11.
Graham knocked down a 31-yard field goal in the first quarter for his only attempt of the afternoon. He added an extra point, registering four points in the loss. He has converted 15 of 16 field goal attempts this season.