Graham showed no signs of discomfort on Thursday afternoon, running around and catching passes in the first Pro Bowl practice of the week. However, he is still in the process of rehabbing the shoulder he injured this past season. After the Pro Bowl, he'll go back to Miami to train, relax and continue the work he's been doing to heal the injury. Graham said "as of (Thursday)," there were no plans to have offseason surgery, however it was discussed. Reported by the New Orleans Times-Picayune
If he had the surgery, he wouldn't have gone to the Pro Bowl at all, he said. "It's something we talked about and is something that's still being debated," he said. "This is kind of a trial to see where I'm at. I've had three weeks off and I've finally had some time to heal. It feels great, and I'm going to continue to do my rehab and get back to 100 percent." While Graham's shoulder was reportedly sprained, the pain never went away all season. Graham was criticized for his play toward the end of the season. At times, it appeared as if he was attempting to catch passes one handed to favor his good shoulder. However, he never missed a game, finishing with 85 receptions for 889 yards and 10 touchdowns.