Graham's production has been up and down since he joined the Seahawks in a 2015 trade from the New Orleans Saints. A few years later, the offense in Seattle is still working to get off the ground, but Graham is landing in perhaps the best place he's ever played.
Just last offseason, the Packers went down the veteran tight end route with Martellus Bennett and it was a disaster.
No other information was released on Graham's potential deal with the Packers. But he also hauled in 10 touchdown passes for the first time since 2014.
Schefter reports the Packers will sign Graham to a three-year deal.
The Seattle Seahawks, much like the rest of the National Football League, will look quite different when they take the field next season.
Graham, 31, spent the past three seasons with the Seahawks, where he was second on the team in targets and receptions last season.
They caught just a combined 43 receptions for 689 yards and just one touchdown between them - the lowest productivity level for tight ends in the passing game since 2004.
But while his Seattle career is history, he'll be back soon as the Seahawks will host the Packers at CenturyLink Field in 2018.