New Orleans Saints quarterback Jimmy Graham caught an 8-yard pass from Derek Carr for his first touchdown since 2014 in the first quarter against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.
Graham did what he does best and allowed the defensive backs to set up a nice target on Kerr in the end zone. It must have been a surreal moment for Graham, who played for the Packers during the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
After the interception, Graham acted like he was about to complete his signature “Lambeau Leap” as a visiting player. Instead, he stood up against the wall with a huge smile and quickly returned to the field to celebrate the big game.
Jimmy Graham Rambo Leap 🙌
Graham scores first touchdown with Saints since December 2014 🙏
The Saints traded Graham to the Seattle Seahawks after the 2014 season, and he didn’t rejoin the team until July when he signed a one-year deal with New Orleans. The last time Graham found the end zone for the Saints was on December 21, 2014, when he scored a touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons. If he continues to establish himself as a red zone threat, it will be a huge boost for the Saints offense.