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Five Veteran Wide Receivers the Seattle Seahawks can still Target

Despite the recent addition of Jimmy Graham, the Seattle Seahawks still have a minor void at Wide Receiver. Besides Doug Baldwin, there hasn’t been much production at the position. Here are some still-available free agent receivers that the Seahawks could possibly sign. 1. Greg Jennings, Vikings Recently released Vikings receiver Greg Jennings Jennings is probably the most...
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Saints love TE Josh Hill following Jimmy Graham trade

The New Orleans Saints dealt one of the best tight ends in the NFL when they traded Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks just a couple of weeks ago. However, since the trade took place, head coach Sean Payton has been talking up tight end Josh Hill, who was an undrafted free agent back in 2013 (via ESPN). This Josh Hill is another player that I love. I love. When you look at...
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You won’t believe how long the Saints & Seahawks talked about Jimmy Graham

The blockbuster trade that sent tight end Jimmy Graham from the New Orleans Saints to the Seattle Seahawks for Max Unger just gets more shocking all the time. One of the more remarkable things about it is nobody knew about the deal before it was announced. Not a single source broke the news, which is stunning given the magnitude of the move… AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: All 32...
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Miami Dolphins Came in Second in Attempt to Trade for Jimmy Graham

Former New Orleans Saints’ tight end Jimmy Graham could have been sent packing to the sunny skies of South Beach, Florida. However, in the end, Graham landed in Seattle where his umbrella will be more useful than his swim shorts moving forward. According to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, the Miami Dolphins came in at a close second in the race against the Seattle Seahawks in...
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Is the 49ers GM Nervous About the Seahawks’ Jimmy Graham Acquisition?

In a completely shocking trade last week, the New Orleans Saints sent Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for Max Unger and a first-round pick. When San Francisco 49ers’ general manager Trent Baalke was asked what his team might be able to do to prepare for Graham without linebacker Patrick Willis, he joked and offered this comment (via the team’s official website...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jimmy Graham reached out to heartbroken little Saints fan

You have probably heard about the little girl whose heart was broken earlier this week when she learned the New Orleans Saints were trading Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 best value free agent signings so far in 2015 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen during the second wave of NFL free agency Here’s the clip: Of...
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Jimmy Graham will wear jersey No. 88 with Seahawks

Jimmy Graham will have to adjust to a lot of changes this offseason. He has a new team, new home city, new offense, new teammates, and now a new number. Graham was traded from the New Orleans Saints to the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday in one of the most shocking moves of the offseason. Graham...Read More
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Jimmy Graham on Trade to Seattle: “I Realized that I was Going to the Best Team in Football”

There have been some major moves over the past week leading up to and starting the NFL free agency period. One of the moves that ran shock waves throughout was the announcement that the New Orleans Saints put tight end Jimmy Graham on the trade block. Even more dramatic was that the Seattle Seahawks jumped on Graham like you throw water at a fire. While we were led to believe that...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Quick analysis: Why the Seahawks will regret the Jimmy Graham trade

On Tuesday, the Seattle Seahawks did something they rarely do. General manager John Schneider forgot about the trenches and traded for a superstar in tight end Jimmy Graham, sending center Max Unger and a first-round pick to the New Orleans Saints. Seattle also received a fourth-round pick in the deal. Many see the Seahawks getting Graham, the biggest name in the trade, and believe...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Saints GM Mickey Loomis explains Jimmy Graham trade

The New Orleans Saints trading Jimmy Graham on Tuesday was probably the biggest surprise of the day, and it had most people wondering the same thing: Why would they get rid of one of the best tight ends in football? Saints GM Mickey Loomis was on Sirius XM NFL Radio and explained the team’s thinking....Read More
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