1. Jimmy Graham
Around this time last year, there was plenty of excitement surrounding the addition of Jimmy Graham to the passing game to provide Aaron Rodgers with another weapon to work with, especially in the red zone.
While the 55 catches for 636 yards and two touchdowns weren’t exactly the worst numbers in the world for a tight end, the argument can be made that Green Bay expected more from Graham on offense in 2018.
Does this mean the Packers should regret the hefty three-year, $30 million they signed Graham to last offseason?
One season certainly doesn’t determine what the next two years will be like for Graham in Green Bay, but also the case can be made that based off last season’s production, the team would be more open to trading the veteran if another team expressed interest.
Looking at the current situation at tight end for the Rams, the only way this seems like it would even become a possible scenario would be if Los Angeles decided to part ways with one of their own, with Tyler Higbee coming to mind.
Nothing is set in stone at the moment, but with Higbee seeing his name in potential trade talks over the last few months, maybe Los Angeles would consider replacing him with Graham, even if it would be more expensive.