Owen Daniels was a Pro Bowl tight end in 2012, ranking among the league's better players at the position.
But after five games a year ago, Daniels broke his fibula and was forced to miss the remainder of the season. After spending his whole career in Houston, the new regime released him, with Daniels finding a new home in Baltimore. It's here where Daniels will look to get his career back where it was with the Texans.
"I'm kind of getting older now, but my body feels good after coming off last year," Daniels told BaltimoreRavens.com's Ryan Mink. "The injury is a non-issue. I had to knock some rust off the first couple days after not playing football since last October, but I'm feeling better as I go along through OTAs."
After skipping voluntary OTAs, Haloti Ngata, Terrell Suggs and Chris Canty are all expected to be at The Castle when the Ravens open mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.
CSNBaltimore.com's Clifton Brown writes that these three players will be ones to watch given that no one has seen them thus far this offseason.
Purple Reign Show's Gordon McGuinness writes about three players that could be in for big seasons in 2014.