Even though the former Texas Longhorn had a limited impact in his first season after being selected 148th overall in the draft the previous year, Ta’Quon Graham improved significantly as the year progressed.
Grant participated in 13 games and logged over 300 defensive snaps, finishing with a total of 15 tackles, including two tackles for loss and five hurries, as well as two quarterback hits.
Graham was probably chosen by Terry Fontenot because of his length and his ability to play a variety of positions.
In the final eight weeks, Graham played at least 20 snaps, and in the final four, he played more than 30. His length was on display in a number of games, and the coaching staff was sufficiently impressed with his growth to give him an increased role in the season’s final three games.
The first full offseason of Graham’s career will be dedicated to developing both mentally and physically.
Because of the draft process and the steep learning curve of the NFL, first-year professionals do not have the luxury of working on their technique or bodies during their offseasons.
How Much Does Ta’Quon Graham Make?
Ta’Quon Graham earns an average of $957,653 per year. Graham’s base salary in 2022 will be $825,000, while his cap hit will be $912,653 and his dead cap value will be $262,959.