Brandon Graham is in the final year of his four-year contract, as his nine-year stint with the Philadelphia Eagles may be coming to an end. Graham’s opportunity as a pass rusher increased each year from 2013-2017, and he has thrived with this heightened workload, earning a top-15 pass-rush grade among qualifying edge defenders each of the last four seasons. Premier pass-rushers are difficult to find, which could make Graham a hot commodity come March.
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Although Graham thrives as a pass-rusher, he isn’t a one-trick pony. He has earned 80.0-plus run-defense grades each of the last three seasons and has reduced his missed-tackles mark in those same seasons. Even at age 30, Graham remains a versatile player that has the ability to be a prominent factor in any team’s defense that can extend him an offer.
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