Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
2 days ago

Graham (knee) grabbed six of nine targets for 100 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-18 win over the 49ers. He also lost a fumble.

EDGE Analysis

It was easily Graham's best game of the season, although he failed to make a catch in the second half. He came up with a nifty 40-yard catch at one point in the first half, and also scored from 18 yards out. On a negative note, Russell Wilson sprained his knee in the second half and was forced to exit the game. Rookie Trevone Boykin did a decent job in limited action, tossing a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter, but he's extremely raw and obviously not the player that Wilson is. Check on Wilson's status later on, but either way, Graham will face the Jets in Week 4.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
5 days ago

Graham (knee) was a full practice participant Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

Graham was for more active in Week 2 than the season opener, increasing his share of the offensive snaps from 21 percent to 82 percent. His production responded in kind -- one catch for 11 yards in Week 1 to three receptions for 42 yards this past Sunday in Los Angeles -- so it isn't out of the realm of possibility that he'll continue the upward trend this Sunday versus the 49ers, assuming no setbacks in the interim.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
6 days ago

Graham (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

As Graham grows more comfortable with his structurally-repaired knee, his workload on game day is sure to increase, as evidenced by earning 55 of 67 offensive snaps in Week 2 (versus 17 of 82 in the regular season opener. When it comes to practice, though, the Seahawks will likely err on the side of caution and remove the veteran tight end from any unnecessary drills. Expect his status for Sunday's game versus the 49ers to be clarified upon the release of Friday's injury report.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
6 days ago

Graham played 55 of 67 snaps Sunday against the Rams after playing only 17 snaps in Week 1 as he works his way back from a knee injury, the Seattle Times reports. "He's really in the groove to go," coach Pete Carroll said. "That was significant that he was able to do that."

EDGE Analysis

Graham appears to be nearing full strength. He had four targets Sunday. If he's truly healthy, he could be more involved in the gameplan this week as the offense definitely needs a spark. "Jimmy played a lot of plays (Sunday), which was good,'" Carroll said. "Not as many targets as everyone would like, but he did really well when the ball was thrown to him."

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
1 week ago

Graham (knee) brought in three catches for 42 yards in Sunday's loss to the Rams.

EDGE Analysis

For all the talent that Graham has both physically and skill-wise, it is a puzzle that he has not yet been able to make a big impact for the Seahawks. What is encouraging, however, is that Graham is on the field following a serious knee injury that ended his 2015 campaign. That being said, as long as his rapport with Russell Wilson remains unproven, he will continue a risky play in fantasy lineups.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
1 week ago

Graham (knee) is active for Sunday's game at Los Angeles, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

On Friday, head coach Pete Carroll stated a willingness to put Graham on the field in any situation, which shouldn't imply that he'll take on a full complement of snaps. In Week 1, Graham handled just 17 of 82 (or 21 percent), but a modest bump is likely in the offing. No matter his usage, Graham could yield most of the TE snaps to Luke Willson, who earned the start in the season opener.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Head coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Graham (knee) is ready to play in all situations, Stephen Cohen of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports.

EDGE Analysis

A full practice participant for the second straight week, Graham will likely top the 17 snaps he logged Sunday against the Dolphins. However, while he may be ready to play "in all situations", there's no assurance he'll take on a typical starter's snap count. If Graham is once again limited, Luke Willson figures to pick up the slack. Graham doesn't have an injury designation on the final injury report.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Graham (knee) practiced fully throughout the week and does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Los Angeles, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

EDGE Analysis

While his availability isn't in any doubt, Graham may have a limited role for a second straight game, after playing just 17 of 82 offensive snaps Week 1 against Miami. He caught his lone target for an 11-yard gain, predictably taking a backseat to Doug Baldwin in the Seattle aerial attack.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Graham (knee) practiced fully Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

A full practice participant last week, Graham was a distant second to Luke Willson in terms of snaps (17 versus 64), which equated to a measly 21 percent of those on offense. The lack of usage explains Graham's single target, which he hauled in for an 11-yard gain. Considering he's less than a year removed from a torn patellar tendon, a fair amount of time may have to pass before he even approaches a snap count worthy of ownership. In the meantime, Willson appears poised to fill the Seahawks' starting TE spot.

Jimmy Graham
TE SEA (5)
2 weeks ago

Graham (knee) is active for Sunday's contest versus the Dolphins, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

After a week of uninhibited practice, Graham was still termed questionable for Week 1, which isn't a shock considering he's nine and half months removed from a torn patellar tendon in his right knee. Although he'll take the field Sunday, his snap count will be monitored, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Whatever reps Graham cannot handle will filter down to fellow tight end Luke Willson.