4:14pm: The Texans have officially re-signed Graham, the team announced today in a press release.
1:16pm: Graham’s new three-year deal is worth $11.25MM, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Caplan (via Twitter).
11:27am: The Texans have agreed to terms on a new deal with tight end Garrett Graham, according to John McClain of the Houston Chronicle (via Twitter). According to Mark Berman of Fox 26 Houston (via Twitter), it’s a three-year contract.
Graham, 27, had a breakout year for the Texans last season, hauling in 49 passes for 545 yards and five touchdowns. He started 11 games for the team in 2013 after an injury to Owen Daniels created an opening.
With Daniels having been released earlier in the offseason, Graham looks poised to assume the role of No. 1 tight end in Houston, with Ryan Griffin backing him up, tweets James Palmer of CSNHouston.com.