The Eagles added to their wide receiver group on Friday with a signing of T.J. Graham. Graham was in Philadelphia for a tryout and has agreed to a one-year deal.
Graham was a 2012 third-round pick by the Buffalo Bills and spent two seasons with Buffalo before moving on to play one season with the Jets and one season with the Saints. Graham played for NC State in college from 2008 to 2011, scoring seven touchdowns and catching 46 passes for 757 yards in his senior season.
Graham, 26, stands 5'11" and weighs 188 pounds and has 61 receptions for 794 yards and four touchdowns in four NFL seasons. He played just four games in 2015 as he was shuffled between waivers and re-signed by the Saints several times throughout the season.
Though considered undersized, Graham has great speed and the ability to be a deep threat, something the Eagles are looking for at the receiver position.
Graham joins eight other wide receivers on the Eagles roster, among them Nelson Agholor, Jordan Matthews, Josh Huff, Rueben Randle and Chris Givens.
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