Graham, 33, has played in all 16 games each of the past four seasons. In 2019, he started in 10 of those contests and contributed 38 receptions for 447 yards and three touchdowns.
In his first year with the franchise, Graham started 12 games and tallied 55 catches for 636 yards and two scores. He has played in 153 of a possible 160 games (111 starts) and boasts totals of 1,009 receptions for 7,883 yards and 74 TDs in his career.
Graham's booming career has been hobbled by nagging health issues in recent years, dating back to the 2015 season when he tore his right patellar tendon and landed on injured reserve in November. Still, he managed to shake off those setbacks -- and an overall drop in production -- en route to earning Pro Bowl nods in 2016 and 2017.
He may not be the top-tier talent he once was but, under the right circumstances, Graham can still flourish in 2020 and make his age-34 season a prosperous one.