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Week 14 Outlook
The Denver Broncos are expected to sign TE Garrett Graham to a one-year deal on Monday.
Garrett Graham will reunite with Gary Kubiak in Denver as he will sign a one-year deal with the club later on Monday. Graham played under Kubiak during the head coach's tenure with the Texans. Graham will likely compete with Virgil Green for the No. 2 tight end spot as Jeff Heuerman is the early favorite to enter the season as the starter.
The Houston Texans have released TE Garrett Graham on Thursday.
Garrett Graham's release was expected as well as Arian Foster's had been. The six-year veteran was expected to become a servicable tight end in Houston, but that never panned out. Graham had a sub-par year in 2015, which led to his departure. He finished the season with a dismal four receptions for 30 yards and a touchdown appearing in only eight games.
The Houston Texans have released tight end Garrett Graham after six seasons with the Texans. The release gives the Texans an extra $3.125 against the cap.
Garrett Graham was inactive for the last 9 games of the 2015 season and provided the Texans little to nothing offensively. Look for him to sign on with another team as a backup but having no fantasy value in 2016.
Garrett Graham was a healthy scratch for Week 10 against the Bengals.
With Ryan Griffin being activated from I.R./designated to return, Graham is no longer needed on gameday.
Garrett Graham was not targeted in the Texans 31-20 victory over the Jaguars in Week 6.
Graham is an in-line, blocking tight end on an offense that doesn't feature the tight end. Despite the good matchup he still wasn't targeted, and Graham only has 14 targets on the season. There's nothing here, even in deep two-tight end leagues.