Jimmy Graham knows full well the situation he's in heading into 2015.

Despite going from a pass-heavy offense in New Orleans to more of a run-featured offense in Seattle, Graham understands he'll be asked to block more, whether it be for Marshawn Lynch or Russell Wilson.

"I'm blocking here," Graham said. "Out there the last few I was pretty banged up so midway through the year I kind of stopped blocking. Here, I'm blocking quite a bit and I love it."

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Graham was used more as a wide receiver in New Orleans, an issue that came up when it came down to contract negotiations. In fact, he lined up outside two-thirds of the time. Over five seasons with the Saints, Graham registered 4,752 yards and 51 touchdowns.

However, don't expect Graham to just be used as a blocker. In acquiring the 6-foot-7 target, he essentially becomes a de facto No. 1 receiver for Wilson.

It's scary to think how good the Seahawks offense can be come 2015.

(h/t NFL.com)