Tuesday Round-Up: Jimmy Graham Featured In ESPN Insider's 'Most-Improved' Players List

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham was featured in ESPN Insider's most-improved players list.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, January 10 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Graham Makes ESPN Insider's List

For ESPN Insider, Pro Football Focus identified the most improved players across the NFL in several different categories, ranging from run-blocking skills to overall passing accuracy.

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, who posted 65 receptions for 923 yards and six touchdowns in his second season in Seattle, was listed as the most-improved player in contested catches and a runner-up for the most-improved deep-ball receiver behind Tennessee's Rishard Matthews.

Graham's first season in Seattle was solid, if not up to the standards we had come to expect from his prolific time in New Orleans with Drew Brees. This season, highlighted by that incredible performance against Buffalo, when he had two touchdowns with defenders draped over him, his PFF grade rose from 80.6 to 85.0.

ESPN Insider access is required to read the entire story, which you can view here. 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks rookie defensive tackle Jarran Reed after last night's National Championship game.

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Carroll offered an early look at the Seahawks' Divisional Round game against the Atlanta Falcons. 

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Bob Condotta scouts Atlanta. 

ESPN's Sheil Kapadia went back to review the Week 6 matchup between the two teams. 

Finally, the Seahawks can’t afford to start slow against the Falcons, writes Danny O'Neil. 

Get to know the faces of the Atlanta Falcons' offensive and defensive units heading into the team's Divisional Round playoff matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.

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