Graham was the highest-paid tight end in the league, and that likely won't change this season.
NFL Network's Mike Garofolo says, however, Green Bay wants Graham to be a Packer. Last season he played in all 16 regular season games, caught 57 passes for 520 yards and 10 scores.
He earned him his fifth trip to the Pro Bowl. Nonetheless, Graham leaves Seattle holding the single-season franchise records by a tight end in receptions (65), yards (923), and touchdowns (10).
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The Packers have always been on the hunt for a tight end to add a new dynamic to the team's offense. Green Bay hit on Jared Cook in 2016 but missed badly on Martellus Bennett in 2017. But, based on the Packers' recent history with renting tight ends they should be skeptical.
Graham was one of the Saints' best offensive weapons during his tenure in New Orleans, but it took the Seahawks two years to figure out how to take advantage of Graham's skill set as a dominant red zone threat.
Schefter reports the Packers will sign Graham to a three-year deal.
The Packers need to address the tight end position, but it shouldn't be a necessity at that price tag. Kendricks caught just 18 passes for 203 yards.