Jimmy Graham came to Green Bay this offseason with the intention of rediscovering his All-Pro form from his days in New Orleans.
Thought of and sold as an unstoppable red-zone threat that Aaron Rodgers needed when Green Bay signed him to a three-year deal this offseason, Graham has not, by his admission, proven to be the positive change agent in what has become a disappointing Packers season.
After falling to 4-7-1 two weeks ago, the Packers fired longtime coach Mike McCarthy.
They are clinging to their playoff lives with a showdown with the Chicago Bears looming on Sunday.
Green Bay owes the tight end a $5 million roster bonus at the start of the new league year in March, but the Packers could release him if the new regime believes he is not a fit.
Graham said Friday he has no desire to be one-and-done in Green Bay and is eager to improve his and the team's situation.
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