The Green Bay Packers intend to sign tight end Jimmy Graham to a three-year deal, sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter, and are releasing wide receiver Jordy Nelson. Graham has been one of the most prolific tight ends of his era, catching 69 touchdown passes since he entered the league with the New Orleans Saints as a third-round pick in 2010. That total ranks second among tight ends and third among all pass-catchers during that span, behind Rob Gronkowski (76) and Dez Bryant (73). Cutting Nelson, 32, will give the team more than $10.2 million in cap space. The Packers were in the market for a tight end after the Martellus Bennett signing from last offseason blew up on them. After negotiations broke down with Jared Cook, the Packers turned to Bennett. He signed a three-year, $21 million deal but played in only seven games before he was waived with the designation that he failed to disclose a medical...



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