While the New Orleans Saints toil away in organized team activities this week, the organization's star tight end is about to find out if he's actually a wide receiver.

NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Jimmy Graham's long-awaited system arbitration will commence Tuesday, launching a two-day process that will help decide whether the talented fifth-year pass-catcher should be franchise tagged as a tight end at approximately $7 million or as a wideout at roughly $12 million.

Rapoport was told by two sources close to the process that a settlement is unlikely.

Graham, though, will have his day in court, with the NFL Players Association set to argue that the Pro Bowl player should be paid like a receiver because he's used like one after lining up wide on 67 percent of his snaps last season.