The Jimmy Graham grievance hearing is actually taking place in New Orleans area, so it's likely that's why agent Jimmy Sexton is in town.
The Jimmy Graham grievance hearing is actually taking place in New Orleans area, so it's likely that's why agent Jimmy Sexton is in town.— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) June 17, 2014
With Jimmy Graham's hearing today, can say NFLPA sees a stronger case here than Suggs' was in 2008. And NFL was compelled to settle that one
With Jimmy Graham's hearing today, can say NFLPA sees a stronger case here than Suggs' was in 2008. And NFL was compelled to settle that one— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) June 17, 2014
A settlement in the Jimmy Graham system arbitration is unlikely, from what I’m told. Sounds like he’ll have his day(s) in court.
A settlement in the Jimmy Graham system arbitration is unlikely, from what I’m told. Sounds like he’ll have his day(s) in court.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 17, 2014
Jimmy Graham grievance hearing begins today. As I've said before, the issue is not the franchise tag, it's about long term leverage.
Jimmy Graham grievance hearing begins today. As I've said before, the issue is not the franchise tag, it's about long term leverage.— Katherine Terrell (@Kat_Terrell) June 17, 2014
Big day for Jimmy Graham as he'll make his case before an arbitrator about his actual position. At stake is at least 5 million dollars.
Big day for Jimmy Graham as he'll make his case before an arbitrator about his actual position. At stake is at least 5 million dollars.— WWL-TV (@WWLTV) June 17, 2014
Jimmy Graham's agent in town to negotiate with New Orleans Saints | NOLA.com
Sexton flew to New Orleans for face-to-face negotiations with the Saints
Grievance hearing for Jimmy Graham of New Orleans Saints begins Tuesday - ESPN
Arbitrator Stephen Burbank will hear arguments from the NFL Players Association and the NFL Management Council to determine if Graham should be officially labeled as a tight end or a wide receiver for franchise-tag purposes. The proceedings will be held privately. And it's unclear how long it will take Burbank to issue a ruling, though one week is a fair guess based on past arbitration hearings.
Arbitrator to decide Jimmy Graham’s grievance with Saints | Saints | The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LA
When his grievance hearing scheduled to start Tuesday gets going, star tight end Jimmy Graham will carry the burden of proof as he argues t…
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