James Graham is an English professional rugby league footballer and club captain for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs of the National Rugby League (NRL). An England international representative prop forward, he previously played in Super League for English club, St. Helens, having won a number of Championships and Challenge Cups with them before moving to Sydney for the 2012 NRL season. He played 26 games in his debut NRL season and was part of the Bulldogs team which lost the Grand Final to Melbourne Storm. However he was at the centre of the match's most controversial incident when he appeared to bite the left ear of Storm fullback Billy SlaterBEFORE FAME
James signed with Saints as a junior in 2000, eventually playing his way through the Junior Academies before making his senior debut against Castleford Tigers in August 2003. Graham already had leadership experience after captaining the England Academy in a famous series victory in Australia in 2004. Graham played for St Helens from the interchange bench in their 2006 Challenge Cup Final victory against the Huddersfield GiantsPERSONAL LIFE
Little has known about his personal lifeFUN FACTS
Footballer James Graham were born on Tuesday, birthstone is Sapphire, the seaon was Summer in the Chinese year of Ox, it is 240 days until James Graham next birthday.