Owen Daniels, TE, Broncos
2014 Outlook: Over the Hill (decreased production)Last updated on Jul-02-2014 by Rob Warner
The 31-year-old joins OC Gary Kubiak in Baltimore after spending his first eight NFL seasons in Houston. Much like Dennis Pitta, Daniels suffered through an injury-plagued 2013 season that limited him to just 24 catches for 252 yards with three touchdowns over five games. Baltimore figures to run many two-TE sets. Daniels' upside is very limited as the team's No. 2 TE. The occasional big game is inevitable. The one week you thought to give him a shot, he will catch two TDs, both of them combining for about 11 yards. More importantly though, Daniels has missed 26 games over his eight-year career, so he's probably best-suited for a more limited role to keep him healthy. Barring another injury to Pitta, Daniels isn't an option in leagues where you only need to start one TE.
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