According to Bill Williamson on his AFC West Blog the Denver Broncos have decided to release tight end Daniel Graham. Factors for the decision included his age and dwindling production. In the 2010 season he had 18 catches for 148 yards and 102 catches in his four years with the Broncos. Because Graham was signed to be a blocker and receiving tight end, the Broncos will more than likely seek a similar type of tight end to replace him. Without further adieu then, here is a list of five possible replacements for Graham at tight end.