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Draft Scout Owen Daniels News
10/19/14 - TE Owen Daniels caught six passes for 58 yards and a touchdown. He now has a reception in 95 consecutive games -- the longest active streak in the NFL. With Dennis Pitta out for the season with a hip injury, Owens has become a favorite target for quarterback Joe Flacco. "[When] he gets one-on-one or running across the field, he's a nice big target," Flacco said. "He's a good player. He gets himself open."
09/11/14 - TE Owen Daniels faced questions about his durability coming out of training camp. However, the veteran is coming up big so far this season. In the Ravens' 26-6 victory over Pittsburgh, Daniels caught five passes for 28 yards and two touchdowns. Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak likes to use two tight ends, and Daniels paired with Dennis Pitta could present matchup problems for opponents this season.
09/03/14 - TE Owen Daniels (hamstring) says he's 100 percent after missing time in the preseason. He's not on the injury report.
08/29/14 - TE Owen Daniels returned to practice on a limited basis this week. Daniels wasn't running particularly fast during warmups, but hasn't looked explosive throughout the preseason. Signed to a one-year, $1 million contract this spring, Daniels missed the final three preseason games with unspecified leg swelling and soreness.
08/26/14 - TE Owen Daniels returned to practice, albeit on a limited basis as he just did individual drills.
The two-time Pro Bowl tight end appeared to be doing all of the usual activities with the tight ends during the open portion of practice.
"He got back out there and ran around," Harbaugh said. "We don't want to bring him back too fast and throw everything on him, but he's working his way back in."
Daniels missed the past two preseason games and weeks of practice with leg soreness that Harbaugh has repeatedly characterized as a non-injury.
Harbaugh emphasized that he expects Daniels to be a part of the team this season after signing a one-year, $1 million contract in March that includes no guaranteed money. Daniels was limited to five games last season with the Houston Texans due to a broken leg.
"I don't anticipate it affecting his status," Harbaugh said. "By definition of what's an injury, I just go by what the trainers tells me. There's no tear, there's no pull. There is swelling in the legs.
"That's probably the result of stress. Obviously he's not right, or we would have played him. I'd be surprised if he doesn't practice on Friday fully."