News: 13 hours agoGraham failed to catch his lone target in the Bears' 26-6 loss to the Browns on Sunday.
Spin: Graham has just a single catch on the season while playing limited snaps behind Cole Kmet, and he won't be a recommended fantasy option unless his situation changes drastically.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Graham is entering his 12th NFL season. He's now 34 years old, but remains a reliable player, having appeared in 16 games seven of the past eight seasons. Graham was a weapon near the goal line for Chicago last season, ranking fourth at TE in TDs (eight) and second in end zone targets (12). That allowed a 13th-place finish in fantasy points, though his playing time and targets did dwindle as the team got rookie Cole Kmet work in the second half of the season. Graham handled 6.1 targets per game during his first nine games, but 3.0 per game in the final seven. Graham will hit for the occasional TD, but his days as a consistent target and fantasy TE are likely over. He doesn't need to be drafted.