Found October 22, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:

New Orleans Saints head coach Joe Vitt says they will test out tight end Jimmy Graham’s this week.  It sounds like they’re hopeful he’ll be able to play this week.
Graham missed yesterday’s game against the Bucs as he continues to deal with a high ankle sprain.
 


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