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Will Jimmy Graham and N.O. Saints come to an agreement before 3 p.m. Tuesday?

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NEW ORLEANS, LA (WLOX) -

Reportedly the New Orleans Saints and representatives of Jimmy Graham are attempting to hammer out an agreement for a new multiyear deal  before Tuesday's deadline.

If the two sides can't work out their differences, Graham will have to settle for $7 million for the 2014 season.  He could also decide to sit out the season.

On Monday Graham appealed the NFL arbitrator ruling that designated him as a tight end and not as a wide receiver.  NFL arbitrator Stephen Burbank made that ruling on July 2.

His appeal opens up the possibility that Graham could receive a wide receiver tag which would up his salary to $12 million for the 2014 season, instead of $7 million.

Hopefully before 3 p.m. arrives on Tuesday Graham and the Saints will be in that number, agreeing to a new multi-year deal making him the highest paid tight end in the NFL.

 

 

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