Eagles Expected to Sign Ex-Falcons ‘Secret Weapon’

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According to ESPN's Tim McManus, the Philadelphia Eagles want to sign free agent Jaeden Graham.

The former Atlanta Falcons tight end just underwent knee surgery, which ended his season.

In 2019 and 2020, Graham (6-foot-4, 250 lbs.) played in 32 games with the Falcons.

On 322 offensive snaps, he recorded 12 receptions for 174 yards and a touchdown.

The bulky target occasionally served as a fullback while making a significant contribution to Atlanta's special teams unit. On October 10, he will turn 27.

Graham excelled at Yale University before that, where he received All-Ivy League recognition as a senior.

He had 26 receptions for 380 yards and four touchdowns while playing tight end for 10 games in which he started.

Before signing on with Atlanta's practise squad as a rookie free agent, he went undrafted in 2018.

When Austin Hooper hurt himself in the 2019 training camp for the Falcons, Graham showed flashes and became a "hidden weapon."

The Falcoholic's Adnan Ikic described his experience and commended his work ethic.

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