Ravens Agree to Terms with Former Houston TE Daniels

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The Baltimore Ravens added another weapon to their offense Thursday, agreeing to terms with former Houston Texans tight end Owen Daniels on a one-year contract.

The Ravens had been looking for another tight end to go along with Dennis Pitta.

In Daniels, they get a two-time Pro Bowler who spent the first eight seasons of his NFL career playing under new Baltimore offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak in Houston.

Daniels is 32 and missed 11 games last year because of a leg injury, but he had 24 catches for 252 yards and three touchdowns in the five games he played in.

He was also selected to the Pro Bowl as recently as 2012 after posting 62 catches for 716 yards and six touchdowns.

Read more at the Carroll County Times…

8 Raves on “Ravens Agree to Terms with Former Houston TE Daniels

  1. Cheri on said:

    Loved this signing,Thanks again Ozzie for shutting my mouth after blasting you for not going after Blount and Daniel Manning.I think the worst part for me was that those two guys ended up with our rivals when we had a need for their position but this move make me VERY HAPPY. Now go draft CJF from Iowa in the third round as that young red zone threat blocking TE. that we can groom behind Pitta and Daniels.

    • TRUTH on said:

      Sign a backup quarterback who never developed into anything and wasn’t good enough for his last team to re-sign vs. drafting a young backup QB with potential that can be developed by one of the best offensive gurus in all of football for cheap.

      Which makes more sense to you?

      Thank God we don’t have fans like you running the team.

  2. Cheri on said:

    One Last point on the Daniels signing as much as I just love this signing I just went to the Ravens forum section and it is stunning to see how many on there are now predicting that the Ravens will not draft a WR or a TE early because we signed a 31 year old TE and a 35 year old WR.I just thank the Lord in Heaven that Ozzie and Eric are running the draft and not these folks.I would still have to hope wr and te both positions will still be address within the first few rounds without a doubt maybe something like WR in the SECOND and TE in the third for an example.Or maybe they still go WR in the first if a M.Lee is still there at 17 and they feel they can get a Jimmy Ward in the second. Only thing I know we need to get a young stud WR to pair with Torry instead of keeping signing over the hill WR’s or some 6th round let’s cross our fingers and hope wr.like we do alot.

    • James on said:

      I agree with Cheri in that we need to sign a stud WR in the first round and a TE in the second or a play making safety. This flipping a coin and hoping to get lucky with WR in the later rounds isn’t going to cut it.

      • DarthSizzle55 on said:

        Ii is all flipping a coin we passed on Roddy White for Clayton. Boller was picked ahead of Suggs. Best player available.

  3. JWS on said:

    Daniels stats a little off he had more yards and receptions but close and his leg injury was a fracture leg. They will draft a WR and TE as my writings on the website I wrire for will cover soon. Daniels is a good signing at a cap friendly price but has always been injured never played too many seasons all 16 games but knows Kubiak’s system and will be a team leader and Josh Freeman is likely next at backup QB.

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