Bills wideout T.J. Graham has been on the trade block for several months, sources tell Adam Caplan of ESPN.com (Twitter link). The timeframe provided by Caplan suggests that Buffalo has been willing to move Graham for most or all of the offseason, but has yet to find a suitor. Tonight’s preseason game may be the receiver’s last opportunity to audition for potential suitors.
Graham, a third-round pick in 2012, started 11 games for the Bills in his rookie season and caught 31 balls, but took a step backward in his sophomore year. Despite seeing more offensive snaps, Graham tallied just 23 receptions in 2013, and figures to play a reduced role in Buffalo this season if he remains on the roster, given the presence of newcomers like Sammy Watkins and Mike Williams.
Even with most teams having yet to suffer too many injuries to their receiving corps, there are a handful of clubs around the league that could use receiving help. The Browns and Panthers are among the wideout-needy teams that immediately come to mind, though it’s not clear if either club would have any interest in Graham.