Ravens coach John Harbaugh says there’s no doubt that newly signed tight end Owen Daniels will play a big part in Baltimore’s offense.
“Just couldn’t be more happy, more excited. . . . I guarantee his role will be plenty big,” Harbaugh said, via the Carroll County Times. “He’s going to have a lot to do with our success next year, and we’ve got a lot of big plans for him.”
Daniels previously played for Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak in Houston, and Daniels says Kubiak is the right coach to design plays for a two-tight end attack featuring Daniels and Dennis Pitta.
“We’ve got the guys here to do it, and that makes things tough for defenses,” Daniels said. “That’s what you want. You want playmakers on the field, and it seems like we’ve got them all over the place on this offense.”
Last year the Ravens’ offense didn’t have nearly enough big plays. Harbaugh sounds confident that Daniels will be one of the players to change that.