Daniel Graham has been one of the NFL's better blocking tight ends for years. Now, he'll head to a team with one of the league's most dynamic running backs, the Tennessee Titans, after signing a three-year deal on Sunday.
Graham spent his last four years with the Denver Broncos, and five years prior to that with the New England Patriots. He's never been a receiving tight end in the Antonio Gates or Tony Gonzalez mold, but Graham has some production in his past, with three seasons of four or more touchdowns.
Since leaving New England for Denver, Graham has blossomed as a hard-nosed blocker, starting all but three of the Broncos' 64 games in the last four seasons. It's likely that he'll be tasked with leading the interference for Titans speedster Chris Johnson in 2011 and beyond.
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