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Draft Scout Owen Daniels News
03/11/15 - TE Owen Daniels agreed to a three-year contract with the Broncos Tuesday (March 10). Daniels joins the Broncos after playing for the Baltimore Ravens in 2014.
Daniels was a key receiver for the Ravens on third down in an offense directed by current Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak, who also coached Daniels in Houston along with Denver's first-year offensive coordinator Rick Dennison. Daniels, 32, had 48 receptions in 2014 and 433 for 5,144 yards in his career.
"I've had the opportunity to coach Owen for the last nine years, and he's the consummate pro," Kubiak said. "He has one goal - to win a championship. Owen is a great player and an even better person and teammate. He is a leader and the type of guy you want on your football team."
03/08/15 - TE Owen Daniels, unrestricted FA update, is a reliable pass-catching tight end who became the starter when Dennis Pitta broke and dislocated his right hip. Daniels has informed the Ravens he'd like to be back. Likely to draw interest from the Denver Broncos, where he'd play for Gary Kubiak for the third time.
12/22/14 - TE Owen Daniels did not have a welcoming homecoming on his return to Houston after the Texans cut him in the offseason. Daniels had just one catch for seven yards. "We turned the ball over a couple times, guys slipped and fell and we threw some picks on our side of the field," Daniels said. "That's always tough. It took a while to get a first down. They brought some pressures we hadn't seen from them all season. We had seen it from other teams so it wasn't a huge surprise. It was just kind of weird seeing it from those guys."
12/01/14 - TE Owen Daniels became the 35th tight end in NFL history to record 5,000 receiving yards. Daniels has stepped in for the injured Dennis Pitta. Daniels has 39 catches for 385 yards and three touchdowns.
11/03/14 - TE Owen Daniels was back in the starting lineup after missing the previous game with minor knee surgery. Daniels responded with six receptions for 53 yards. For the season, Daniels has caught 33 passes for 328 yards with three touchdowns and has become a go-to playmaker for quarterback Joe Flacco. "For Owen to pop in there like that and play the way he did was encouraging. He's a tough guy," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said.