Jimmy Graham returns to full practice

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Packers tight end Jimmy Graham returned to a full practice Tuesday as the team nears the end of its preparation for the season opener Thursday.

Graham was limited Monday with a finger injury.

Tuesday also saw the return of offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga, who had a veteran rest day Monday.

The Packers added two players to their report: Cornerback Tramon Williams was limited with a knee injury, and offensive lineman Alex Light had a full practice despite a wrist injury.

The team’s report otherwise was unchanged.

Linbacker Oren Burks (chest), receiver Darrius Shepherd (hamstring) and tight end Jace Sternberger (ankle) did not participate again. Cornerback Ka’dar Hollman (neck) and cornerback Kevin King (hamstring) remained limited.

16 responses to “Jimmy Graham returns to full practice

  1. aarons444 says:
    September 3, 2019 at 4:29 pm
    Largest cap hit of any TE this season…
    .. think about that for awhile.

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    I will. I will think about it this season and if he’s not a top TE it may bother me.

    But not as much as 13 World Championships bothers Vikings fans, right, brother?!

  2. Jimmy Graham…definitely his decline will continue. Can’t get separation and won’t make tough catches anymore.

  3. Why is it a certainty? Because you want it to be? He had an ok 2018….about on par with the team in general. I have no doubts this year will be better with a new staff and a te heavy scheme.

  4. Keep an eye on Robert Tonyan this year. I think he’ll be getting a lot more playing time than people think.

  5. Everyone saying “He sucks, he’s old, can’t play” you may be right. You also may be very wrong. Just keep that in mind. Stay humble, you don’t have a crystal ball.

  6. kcarpenter1245 says:
    September 3, 2019 at 5:31 pm
    Everyone saying “He sucks, he’s old, can’t play” you may be right. You also may be very wrong. Just keep that in mind. Stay humble, you don’t have a crystal ball.
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    Seahawk’s fan here… He’s done. Yeah, that’s just a prediction, yeah that’s just an opinion, but I was calling that about Luck too. I just don’t see him changing and becoming a physical and aggressive TE. He and Damaryius Thomas are done because the spread TE game has run its course. If you can’t block you can’t sell the fake so if you take more than a step forward they’re going to cover you and that drops everyone back because you can’t sell the run fake.

  7. Everyone saying “He sucks, he’s old, can’t play” you may be right. You also may be very wrong. Just keep that in mind. Stay humble, you don’t have a crystal ball.
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    He’s done. Somehow the Packers are the last to know.

    Which is odd, considering one of their own dumped him (John Schneider)

  8. pkrlvr says:
    September 3, 2019 at 4:56 pm
    Why is it a certainty? Because you want it to be? He had an ok 2018….about on par with the team in general. I have no doubts this year will be better with a new staff and a te heavy scheme.
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    cheese eaters can use a little bit of doubt. It would do them some good.

  9. The Seahawks broke Jimmy Graham. They called him out as a soft player before a game and shut him down. Jimmy never recovered.

  10. Speculation about what kind of a season Jimmy Graham will have is just not that interesting. Sure hope the guy fires up all his cylinders in a last ditch effort to go all out and build on his legacy before retiring.

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