"He’s ready to go," Carroll said ahead of the Seahawks' road meeting with the Los Angeles Rams. "He had his best week, and he’s ready to play in all situations."
Graham (ruptured patellar tendon) ran nine routes in Week 1 and was used as a blocker on the other eight snaps. He caught just one pass for 11 yards, but it came on the Seahawks' final, game-winning drive.
The Seahawks are largely an 11 personnel (one running back, one tight end, three wide receivers) team with Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse and Tyler Lockett. Given that Russell Wilson will be playing on a sprained ankle, they'll likely rely on a balanced attack and a quick passing game.
The team has said all along that it will bring Graham along slowly, but he appears set to see an increase in snaps and touches in Week 2.