OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) — The Baltimore Ravens and tight end Owen Daniels have reached agreement on a 1-year contract, pending a physical.
Daniels, 32, broke into the league with Houston in 2007 and spent his entire career with the Texans before being cut last month. Daniels rejoins former Houston head coach Gary Kubiak, who became Baltimore’s offensive coordinator during the offseason.
Daniels broke his right leg last October and played in only five games. He had 24 catches for 352 yards and five touchdowns. For his career, the 6’3″, 249-pounder has 385 catches for 4,617 yards and 29 touchdowns.
Baltimore already re-signed tight end Dennis Pitta this offseason and added wide receiver Steve Smith. Along with returning wideout Torrey Smith, the upgraded receiving corps should provide quarterback Joe Flacco with plenty of targets.
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