TE Jimmy Graham expected to sign 3-year deal with Packers

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The Saints and Packers are the two teams in the running for tight end Jimmy Graham, according to Greg Bell of the Seattle Times.

The Packers received virtually no production from their tight ends last season.

While it's believed that free agent tight end Jimmy Graham will end up with either the New Orleans Saints or Green Bay Packers, another team has emerged.

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Graham's true value to the Seahawks past year was seen in the team-best 10 touchdowns he hauled in.

The exact framework of the deal hasn't been released yet, but there was competition for Graham and he presumably got more than the $8 million per average that the Chicago Bears plan to give Trey Burton. Kendricks caught just 18 passes for 203 yards. Graham can still play, but he isn't getting any younger and will turn 32-years-old in November. Graham caught 12 passes for 223 yards and one touchdown in wins over the 49ers and Jets in weeks three and four of the 2016 season and the thought that Graham and the Seahawks had finally formed a fruitful relationship began to emerge. He has career numbers of 6,800 yards and 69 touchdowns. He accrued fewer yards in 2017, but with his 10 touchdowns, he finished as the team's leading scorer and the NFL's highest-scoring tight end.

The Ravens ranked in the bottom 10 of the National Football League in touchdown passes during the 2017 season.

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