Per Jeff Duncan's twitter account:
"Jimmy Graham just said he's up to 265 pounds from 255 last season. "That's all I've been doing is working out," he said. "It's all muscle."
"Here's a shot of the bulked-up Graham. http://lockerz.com/s/110943992"
This sounds eerily familiar to Pierre Thomas' offseason a year ago when he bulked up to make him more durable. Ironically, after all that work in the weight room, Thomas had his worst season from an injury perspective by wrecking his ankle this past year. Graham himself suffered an ankle injury towards the end of the year that cost him some time. In general, I'm all for him bulking up because increased reps as a starting tight end will require him to be more durable, and his ability to stay healthy over an entire season is an unknown at this point because he's got such limited football history having only played the sports seriously for the past two years.
At the end of the day...