played in just five games last season after suffering a displaced fibula fracture. (David E. Klutho/SI)
Tight end Owen Daniels will reunite with former coach Gary Kubiak in Baltimore, according to a report from Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network. The tight end agreed to terms with the Ravens on a reported one-year deal Thursday.
Daniels is coming off his worst season as a pro, a year in which he battled injuries and started only five games for the Houston Texans, catching 24 balls for 252 yards and 3 TDs. In Daniels' absence, Garrett Graham emerged as a reliable target, hauling in 49 passes for 545 yards and 5 TDs, making the veteran expendable. The Texans cut Daniels in March, in part to shed his $6.25 million cap figure.
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In Baltimore, Daniels will play for new offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak, who coached the Texans since Daniels' rookie year in 2006, and who signed on with the Ravens this offseason. Daniels will join Dennis Pitta
-- who also missed most of 2013 with an injury -- to give the Ravens an intriguing tight end tandem.