Green Bay Packers tight end Jimmy Graham caught four of five targets for 59 yards in a 37-20 loss to the San Francisco 49ers to end their season on a very sour note.
The 33-year-old was expected to have a monster year during his 2nd season with the Packers, but it never came to fruition as he posted 38 catches for 447 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Graham has one year left on his contract worth about 7.5 million dollars and given how much of a bust he was, the franchise may cut ties with him and goes younger at the position in 2020.
On Monday, Graham took to Twitter and had fans thinking he was retiring as he dropped a heartfelt message about his career.
Graham was never really able to recreate the magic he had as a member of the New Orleans Saints for the first five years of his career. He would go on to spend the next 3 in Seattle before he moved on to Green Bay.