The Green Bay Packers have just blessed Aaron Rodgers with another weapon on the offensive side of the ball.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Packers have agreed to a three-year deal with former Saints and Seahawks tight end, Jimmy Graham. The 31-year old tight end caught 10 touchdowns for the Seahawks last season, all of which came in the red zone.The Packers were desperate to fill a void at the tight end position so this move is really a win-win for everyone involved.

According to ESPN Stats & Info, Green Bay tight ends combined for just two receiving touchdowns last seasons which was tied for fewest in the NFL. Graham's 10 TD receptions were the most at the position and tied for second most among all players.

Green Bay failed to make the playoffs last season after Aaron Rodgers suffered a broken collarbone in Week 6. The Pack finished 7-9 and will have the 14th overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft.