Baltimore Ravens: WR’s, TE’s, and RB’s to Consider

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Free Agent Tight End Options

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Jordan Cameron: Cameron is a veteran big body tight end. He could come in and run some two tight end sets with Dennis Pitta if Pitta is healthy. He is also a good blocker and grinder who would come in, put his head down, and fit right into the locker room. As far as salary is concerned, he could be pricey, but he shouldn’t try to demand Julius Thomas, Jimmy Graham money.

Niles Paul: A former wide out who was asked to step inside, he has the speed and athleticism to be a good second option at the position. Paul had a three-game stretch when Jordan Reed went out with a hamstring injury where he played at a really high level. Quarterback play for the Redskins this year was inconsistent to say the least. It would be interesting to see what he could do with more playing time and targets. He won’t cost a lot of money, especially since he may not even have to change residence with his commute being one joyous trip across the beltway.

Owen Daniels: Last year he came to the Ravens via the Gary Kubiak railway, and with Kubiak taking an upgrade as the head ball coach in Denver, the connection may no longer be there. Dennis Pitta is coming back, Crockett Gilmore took a few targets away at the end of last year, and he may not be the most realistic guy this time around when it comes time to negotiate a contract. However if a deal can get done, he is a serviceable player.