Garrett Graham, TE, Broncos
2016 Outlook: Do Not DraftLast updated on Aug-04-2016 by Shawn Childs
The cupboard looks pretty bare at the TE position for the Broncos headed into 2016. The Broncos brought in Graham in the offseason to compete for playing time at the TE position. He played most of his career under Gary Kubiak while only delivering one season of interest. In 2013, he caught 49 of his 89 targets for 545 yards and five TDs over 13 games. Over the last two years, Garrett only caught 22 passes for 227 yards and two TDs on 47 targets. In 2015, Denver completed 78 passes to the TE position for 891 yards and four TDs on 119 targets. Graham is a low-value name with possibly minimal upside. I put him as the lead TE on this team based on Garrett having the most NFL experience catching the ball on the roster.
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