The Buffalo Bills plan to waive wide receiver T.J. Graham prior to Saturday's cut-down deadline, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan.
Graham, a third-round pick in 2012, was buried on the Bills' depth chart this summer and had been on the trading block. The Bills did not find any takers, per Caplan:
#Bills had Graham on the trade block actually going back to last season. Tried to include him in other deals, no takers.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) August 30, 2014
If Graham clears waivers, the Bills have the option of re-signing him to their practice squad as soon as noon Sunday. Graham is eligible for the practice squad under the NFL's new rules this season, but it's unclear if there would be mutual interest between him and the team.
In two seasons in Buffalo, Graham played in 31 games, making 17 starts. He had 23 catches for 361 yards and two touchdowns last season.
The Bills upgraded their wide receiver position this offseason, trading up for Sammy Watkins and later dealing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Mike Williams. That pushed Graham down the depth chart.
Graham is known for his speed, but has shown inconsistent pass-catching ability.