Saints need a lot more from WR Jimmy Graham

The Saints need to address their secondary with a splash.

The Saints are in need of a receiver with a knack for making big plays.

The only other name who has a chance to do that is Jimmy Graham.

The veteran has been inconsistent in his career and has never had a winning season.

Graham is set to make $11 million in 2015, a huge salary for a player who has just six years of NFL experience.

If the Saints don’t sign Graham, it will be an important offseason to build a secondary that will have a lot of holes.

That’s where Graham could fit in, particularly if the Saints make a splash to improve their offense.

Graham was a key part of the Saints’ Super Bowl run in 2015.

The team signed him to a four-year, $40 million deal that included a $14 million signing bonus.

He has been a reliable target over the years, and the Saints added the ability to use Graham as a wide receiver this offseason with the signing of former Bears wide receiver Kevin White.

Graham would be a huge upgrade for the Saints offense.

His ability to make big plays and run routes would be something that could lead to an increased number of touchdowns in the passing game.

There’s no doubt that Graham is a key piece of the offense, but he could also be a nice addition to an already-stacked Saints secondary.

Graham also has a reputation as a physical playmaker, and that’s something the Saints will need in the secondary.

The Patriots have been struggling in the pass game, and they are a pass-happy team.

It would make sense for the New England offense to use their running backs to get open on a regular basis.

Graham could be an ideal target for the Patriots.

They could use him as a receiver, or they could use Graham in the slot.

The two-time Pro Bowler is also a big, physical target who can make big hits.

Graham can help New England in a variety of ways.

He could also help the Saints on special teams, where he could help create mismatches with the likes of Rob Gronkowski.

Graham has proven that he can make plays in the open field, and he can run routes and catch passes.

The addition of Graham could help New York make some noise on offense this offseason.

He’ll help the team improve the passing offense and the secondary, and it would make the New York offense even better.