For four seasons in New Orleans, Graham was largely unstoppable, particularly up the middle of the field. Then his debut season in Seattle was mostly horrendous—his timing with Russell Wilson off, his route running poor and his attitude sour. It all culminated in a season-ending ruptured patella tendon in Week 12. It’s very possible that Graham continues to regress or simply doesn’t recovery well from injury. But given the highlight reel he assembled in New Orleans and his off-season reps with Wilson, the potential for a return to greatness is dangling.
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