There are "no hard feelings" stemming from the trade that sent Graham to Seattle according to the NOLA.
Graham isn't expected to re-sign with the Seahawks, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports. Pelissero notes the veteran will draw interest from "several teams", including the Saints, who could be interested in reuniting with Graham after he spent five years with the club.
Meanwhile, Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan already started recruiting Graham publicly on Twitter a few days ago.
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Graham would definitely be a nice fit and upgrade for the Jaguars if they were able to land him in free agency. In Graham's three seasons with Seattle, he was not able to break 1,000 yards receiving which he accomplished twice during his tenure with the Saints.
Graham, 31, is coming off of three less than stellar years as a member of the Seahawks due to various reasons.
Seattle thought the 6-7, 265-pound Graham would be the ideal solution to that problem and also had been increasingly anxious about the future of Unger, who played just six regular season games in 2014 due to injuries and had also missed three games the season before. He recorded 57 receptions for 520 yards and 10 scores in 2017, his first season averaging less than 10 yards per catch.