Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, left, and quarterback Russell Wilson sign autographs last month at camp. “For me? Less hits. Longer career,” Graham says of Seattle’s run-based schemes.
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, left, and quarterback Russell Wilson sign autographs last month at camp. “For me? Less hits. Longer career,” Graham says of Seattle’s run-based schemes. Peter Haley Staff photographer
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham, left, and quarterback Russell Wilson sign autographs last month at camp. “For me? Less hits. Longer career,” Graham says of Seattle’s run-based schemes. Peter Haley Staff photographer

Lesson learned: Seahawks won’t change Lynch-based offense for Jimmy Graham

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