It should come as no surprise following another year of sub-part performance and obvious loss of dynamic. While Graham has played in all 16 games over the past four seasons, he's never looked anything close to resembling the dynamic receiver from his days with the Saints. He did total 10 touchdowns in 2017, his last year with Seattle, but has only five touchdowns in two years with the Packers. He may elect to retire or could secure a backup role with another team in coming months, but in either case, it's safe to move on from the once-elite talent. Jimmy Graham is found as DLF's TE38 and will fall further in coming weeks.