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Jimmy Graham to the Patriots Ranking his Emploi Plein temps

8 juin 2023 à 14h15   Marketing & Communication   Tambacounda   35 vues Référence: 697
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For the first time in his career, is about to be a free agent, and there's a good chance he's going to be able to cash-in big time. Although the , Graham is expected to arguably be the top name available in a free agent cla s that also includes , , and . Sure, Graham isn't known as a great blocker, but he more than makes up for that with his red-zone production. With the last season, Graham caught 10 touchdown pa ses, which ranked second in the NFL. The crazy part of that stat is that all 10 of Graham's touchdown catches came in the red zone, which gave him more red-zone receiving touchdowns than any other player in the NFL. Even at Khem Birch Jersey age 31, Graham was a mismatch in the red zone for most opposing teams last season. Here's what happens when you try to cover him one-on-one: One-on-one vs. won't end well if you're a defender. Touchdown ! Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) Basically, any team that wants to improve their red-zone efficiency should be looking to add Graham -- if they can afford him, and that's going to be the big mystery with Graham. No one seems to know how much he's going to ask for in free agency. Graham's last contract, which he signed in 2014, was . After the traded him to Seattle following the 2014 season, the Seahawks kept his deal intact until it expired this year. Unfortunately for Graham, he's probably not going to be getting a deal worth $10 million per year again, but he should probably be able to get something worth $6 million to $8 million. However, the higher his asking price goes, the more likely that he'll price out several teams on this list. So where could Graham end up? Let's count down the best options, starting with a few wild cards. Wild cards : If anyone knows the value of a veteran tight end, it's the Falcons. Tony Gonzalez spent the final five seasons of his career in Atlanta and put up huge numbers with . Not to mention, the Falcons will likely be looking to add a tight end after Aaron Gordon Jersey cutting in a move that freed up roughly $3.5 milion in 2018 cap space. : If we know one thing about new Bears coach Matt Nagy, it's that he understands the value of having a productive tight end in your offense. As the ' offensive coordinator, Nagy had , and it's not crazy to think that he'd want to bring in an offensive weapon like Graham. : After spending the beginning of his career in New England, definitely knows how important it is to have a strong receiving tight end who can create mismatches all over the field. Also, if Graham does end up in San Francisco, he would definitely have to arm-wrestle Garoppolo for the right to use the nickname Jimmy G. After getting burned on the Martellus Bennett deal last year, the might be shy about adding another high-priced free agent tight end, but adding Graham is definitely a move that would make sense. Although the Packers have brought in multiple tight ends over the past few years -- including (2014 draft), (free agency) and Bennett (free agency) -- they haven't been getting the production they had hoped for. As a matter of fact, over the past five seasons only one Packers tight end has gone over the 500-yard receiving mark, and that came last season when Rodgers hit 510 yards. To put that in perspective, Graham topped that number last year (520 yards), despite the fact that he was playing in an offense in Seattle that doesn't exactly feature the tight end. The last time the Packers got any serious offensive production from a tight end came in 2011, when Jermichael Finley caught 55 pa ses for 767 yards and eight touchdowns. That also happened to be the same season where the Packers went 15-1 and took home the MVP. Packers fans in Wisconsin clearly understand how important a tight end is in Green Bay, which is why they've Michael Carter-Williams Jersey purchased a billboard asking the Packers to sign Graham. What says you ? I wouldnt mind seeing throw you a few TD pa ses for the . Saw this billboard around milwaukee the past few days. Tim Elliott (@WISN_Tim) If Graham is looking for top dollar, a deal with Green Bay probably won't happen, but if Graham's willing to take a discount to play with Aaron Rodgers, then it wouldn't be crazy to see the two sides get something done. If anyone can use a tight end for 2018, it's New Orleans. Although the Saints ranked second in total offense in 2017, one position where they didn't really get any production from was tight end. Last season, the Saints ranked dead last in the NFL with just 476 receiving yards from their tight ends. Vic Law Jersey One quick way to fix that would be to bring Graham back to New Orleans. Sure, there was some bad blood when he left, but it's now been four years and most of that has probably simmered down. The bottom line is that the Saints could definitely use someone like Graham, and last season is a perfect example of that. In 2017 alone, Saints tight ends , , and for 63 catches and just 476 yards. To put that in perspective, Graham 88.8 catches and 1,099 yards per year over his final four seasons with the Saints (2011-14). Even if Graham doesn't hit those numbers with the Saints, the mere presence of him in the offense would open things up for guys like , and . As a matter of fact, multiple Saints players, including Ingram, have already made it clear they want Graham to return to New Orleans. On March 5, Ingram shot out a tweet with multiple prayer-hands emojis when he saw a story that linked Graham to the Saints. Mark Ingram II (@MarkIngram22) Of course, the one thing that could stop a potential reunion is Chuma Okeke Jersey money. Not only are the Saints going to have to commit some serious money to get under contract, but they also already a lot of money tied up at tight end. Fleener has an $8 million cap hit in 2018 and cutting him won't fix that. If the Saints release Fleener, they'd get hit with $8.2 million in dead money on their cap. The made it all the way to the AFC title game in 2017, and they did that even though they got nearly zero production from the tight end position. Last season, Jaguars tight ends combined to catch just 43 pa ses, which ranked dead last in the NFL. To put that in perspective, Graham caught 48 pa ses in 2015, which was his worst season over the past seven years. Graham also hit that 43-reception number even though he only played in 11 games. Basically, Graham is far more productive than any tight end who is currently on the Jaguars' roster. Although the Jags have already picked up the 2018 option for tight end , that deal is only going to cost them $3.5 million, so adding Graham isn't completely out of the question. Adding Graham would also give another target, which would be big since the Jaguars are about to lose in free agency. The downside to adding Graham is that he won't come cheap, and the Jaguars might shy away because they don't want to invest big money in a position with a cheaper alternative in the d

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