T.J. Graham lands with Titans

AP

One of the more notable wide receivers released on Saturday has quickly found a new home.

The Titans have been awarded ex-Bills wideout T.J. Graham on waivers, Adam Caplan of ESPN reported Sunday.

A 2012 third-round pick out of N.C. State, the 25-year-old Graham was a 17-game starter for Buffalo in his two seasons with the club, hauling in 23 passes for 361 yards and two touchdowns in 2013. He will provide depth behind Nate Washington and Kendall Wright and could contribute immediately in three- and four-WR sets.

The move leaves the Titans with six receivers, with Justin Hunter, Derek Hagan and Michael Preston the other options at the position.

6 responses to “T.J. Graham lands with Titans

  1. Lol, horrible pick up for the Titans.

    He was a 7th round talent, taken too soon.

    He has hands of stone, he can’t run routes, he often gets lost in traffic and certainly doesn’t go over the middle…he is a one-trick pony, and even that one trick of straight-line speed doesn’t help his hands. He can’t return kicks and cannot contribute on other special teams units either.

    I promise you, nobody will frustrate Titans fans more than this kid this year.

    There is a reason Buffalo revamped the WR corps and didn’t keep this guy, opting to keep Chris Hogan instead…a WR who has been cut by 3 other teams in 3 years.

    TJ Graham was one of the biggest whipping boys in recent Bills history…he single handedly cost them a game last year when he ran the route and ran right into his own teammate, in the back of the endzone.

    I’ve seen every single NFL snap he’s taken…and I promise you, he’s no good.

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