Do the Jets Need Another Tight End?

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Sept 25, 2011; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans tight end Daniel Graham (86) throws the ball into the stands after scoring the winning touchdown against the Denver Broncos during the second half at LP Field. Tennessee defeated Denver 17-14. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE

Daniel Graham is an unrestricted free agent, and another guy that Mke Tannenbaum should make a phone call about.

For one, he has played for the Patriots. I know this game of signing each other’s players has gone back and forth for many years now, but, if you can’t beat em, join em. Bringing in a talented player that once played for New England can always serve to get under Belichick’s skin, which is nothing but a good thing.

Graham is also, again not to the level of Dustin Keller, but a threat that cannot be ignored in the passing game. Until last season, Daniel Graham averaged nearly 25 receptions per season, and scored 24 TDs over that period. He may not be Dustin Keller, but again, they cannot ignore him when he is on the field.

He is also an able bodied veteran that can block against the run. He is an influence that would help the Jets, and he can push the other guys as well.

Just two guys that the Jets should explore. You can never have enough guys to block in the running attack when executing the ground and pound. Daniel Graham and Anthony Fasano are two guys that would fit the bill, on an unproven depth chart. Mike Tannenbaum should start making some calls.

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