Seattle Seahawks Tight End Jimmy Graham Returns To Practice

Tight end Jimmy Graham worked out with the Seahawks on Wednesday, taking part in his first training camp practice of 2016.

Jimmy Graham was on the field and in a helmet for the Seahawks' 10th practice of training camp, with the Seattle tight end taking part in early individual workouts at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

Graham, who started camp on the team's Physically Unable to Perform list as he continued to rehab from offseason surgery on his knee, was cleared to work out on Wednesday, when he was seen running routes on air and catching passes from quarterback Russell Wilson during position drills. His knee operation came last November shortly after he suffered a torn patellar tendon against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a setback that ended Graham's first season in Seattle early.

The Seahawks have said throughout the offseason that they expect Graham to be ready for the regular season opener against the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 11, and his presence on the practice field marks another major step in his comeback.


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