Despite making a visit to Packers headquarters at the outset of the new league year, Owen Daniels will not be making a return visit after agreeing to terms with the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday, according to Aditi Kinkhabwala of the NFL Network:
Looks like a reunion in Baltimore... The Ravens have agreed to terms w/ Owen Daniels. New OC (and frm Texans coach) Gary Kubiak happy
— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) April 3, 2014
At the time of the visit, both Andrew Quarless and Jermichael Finley remained unsigned, but Quarless has since re-upped with the Packers. Finley, meanwhile, remains in a holding pattern until he gets clearance on his sugically-repaired spine.
As long as Finley remains unsigned, the Packers have a need for a large mobile target for quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The longer Finley remains on the market, the more it looks like that person could be rookie, whether it be a tight end or a wide receiver.
Daniels will be joining forces with Dennis Pitta at tight end in Baltimore as weapons for quarterback Joe Flacco.
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