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"I don't want to go into contract discussions," Roseman said, "but Brandon has been unbelievably positive about his role on this football team, being here and I don't get any dissatisfaction at all with him."
Roseman's appearance on the WIP morning show Thursday comes a day after a Philadelphia Inquirer report surfaced, saying Graham was prepared to stay away from team OTAs and possibly minicamp because of unhappiness with his contract.
But a league source told CSNPhilly.com that there is "no contract dispute" with Graham, who has recently been in his hometown of Detroit (see story). It was unclear, however, whether or not Graham would be at team OTAs, which begin on May 23.
Roseman on PFT Live Thursday morning (he made the rounds) admitted Graham has missed the "last couple" of days this week, but made sure to mention this time of year is voluntary.
PFT too asked Roseman if Graham is unhappy with his contract.
"You know, I think that's a better question for him," Roseman said. "I don't talk about contracts of players because they're all personal. But I would say that every day Brandon has been in here and the only days he hasn't been in here are the last couple, he has had a tremendous attitude, tremendous work ethic and all our conversations with him have been tremendously positive."
While team OTAs begin on May 23, the first mandatory camp doesn't come until June 12. That's the first time players are required to be at the facility and can be fined if they're not.