The Tennessee Titans juggled their wide receiving corps with two waiver additions.
The Detroit Lions cut the 6-foot-6 Durham on Saturday after he finished second on the team with 490 yards on 38 receptions in 2013. His size adds an intriguing element at the back end of the Titans' depth chart. While he provides a big red zone target, Durham's 46.3 percent catch rate and 8.2 percent drop rate were among the worst in the league.
The speedy Graham was the subject of trade rumors before being cut by the Buffalo Bills, who selected him in the third round of the 2012 draft. The 25-year-old caught just 54 passes for 683 yards and three touchdowns in 17 starts over two seasons with the Bills. Graham will add a speed element in Tennessee if he can crack the rotation.
The team also announced it claimed corner Brandon Harris from Houston. To make room on the roster, the Titans waived receiver Michael Preston, defensive back Khalid Wooten and center Steve Vallos on Sunday.