2) Garrett Graham, Houston Texans Tight End
Texans tight end Garrett Graham had the best year of his career in 2013, when an injury to primary starter Owen Daniels opened up an opportunity to contribute. With 49 catches for 545 yards and five touchdowns last season, the 27-year old would fit in nicely in place of the invisible James Casey, who signed in Philadelphia via Houston last offseason. At 6’4 and 241 pounds, Graham is a pass-catcher in a league where you can never have too many targets. He’d fit in comfortably behind tight end Zach Ertz with current starter Brent Celek as the primary blocker of the trio given how successful two-TE sets were for the Eagles last season. It’s not out of the question that Houston re-signs him, rendering this scenario impossible.