1. Jimmy Graham
After spending the last three years with the Seattle Seahawks, Jimmy Graham signed with the third team of his NFL career this offseason. So far, he’s played with one great quarterback (Drew Brees) and one really good one (Russell Wilson). Now, he gets to play with the best (Aaron Rodgers).
Even though Wilson is obviously no slouch, his style of quarterbacking doesn’t necessarily match up with Graham’s strengths. By getting back to an offense that relies much more on timing, Graham should be able to have a career year.
Rodgers has rarely had a tight end that was anywhere close to as good as Graham. Jermichael Finley might be the only one and that was years ago.
In Rodgers, Graham has a quarterback who will target him early and often. He will unquestionably surpass the 57 receptions and 520 receiving yards he collected last season-all thanks to the switch at quarterback. And because of that, Graham is the biggest offseason winner.