“He’s a guy that’s been overshadowed in the past a little bit,” Kerley said Friday on “NFL Total Access” via NFL.com. “A lot of guys just think he’s just a deep threat. Working with him for the last two or three months, he’s an all-around receiver and he knows what he’s doing.
“He’s got a lot of passion in the game and he puts in a lot of work at it. So he’s definitely a guy that I think everyone could look forward to and he’ll have a takeoff season.”
Seahawks HC Pete Carroll believes TE Jimmy Graham will produce even more for them now that he’s had a few years in their offensive system.
“He’s had a beautiful offseason so I think we should expect to get even more out of that moving forward,’’ Carroll said, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times.
Carroll added that Graham has developed into so much more of a complete player since arriving in Seattle and has even worked to improve his blocking.
“He’s so much more of a complete player than maybe we thought he would even become, really,’’ Carroll said. “So, he surprised us.’’
- According to Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press, the Vikings could have free agent addition RB Latavius Murray on the field along with second-round RB Dalvin Cook as soon as Monday.
- Murray missed all of the team’s offseason workouts, due to a right ankle surgery he underwent back in March.
- Vikings HC Mike Zimmer mentioned that he thinks Murray should be able to practice during training camp: “I think so. I haven’t seen him yet, so it’s hard for me to say.”