Corey Graham DB BAL 5 Months
Ravens CB Corey Graham said he's open to a long-term deal with the team.
Graham was the Ravens' most effective corner after injures forced him into the starting lineup last season. Entering the final year of his contract, he'll need to followup his strong second half to earn a long-term extension. Graham is expected to compete with Jimmy Smith for a starting job in training camp.
Corey Graham DB BAL 10 Months
Ravens CB Corey Graham hit an escalator in his contract, raising his 2013 salary from $1.8 million to $2.05 million.
Graham started every game from Week 10 on after the Ravens were searching for a replacement at left corner fro Lardarius Webb (torn ACL). His play was one of the main reasons the Ravens were able to advance to, and eventually win, the Super Bowl. Entering the final year of his deal, Graham could conceivable start again next season with Cary Williams set for free agency.
Corey Graham DB BAL Mar 22 '12
After visiting the Seahawks over the past weekend, free agent CB Corey Graham is currently meeting with Lions officials.
Graham would be getting more interested in NFL teams thought of him as a capable cornerback. He would be a special teamer/dime back with the Lions.
Corey Graham DB BAL Mar 17 '12
Free agent CB Corey Graham will visit the Seahawks Sunday.
NFL.com's Jason La Canfora reports Graham is drawing interest from four other teams, and being considered as both a safety and cornerback. A former Pro Bowl special teamer, Graham played just 89 defensive snaps for the Bears in 2011.
Corey Graham DB BAL Mar 12 '12
Free agent Corey Graham is expected to leave the Bears in search of more playing time on defense.
A former Pro Bowl special teamer, Graham graded out positively by Pro Football Focus in 89 snaps on defense last season. Wherever he ends up, however, his main role will likely still be as a special teams linchpin.
Corey Graham DB BAL Jul 27 '11
The Bears are "adamant" about wanting to retain free agent CB Corey Graham, according to beat writer Brad Biggs.
Back in March, coach Lovie Smith ripped into Graham's 2010 performance. Apparently, the team has changed its tune. The Bears are likely trying to retain him on the cheap.