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2014 Ravens positional review at tight end

A review of the Ravens tight ends in 2014.

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The Players: Dennis Pitta, Owen Daniels, Crockett Gillmore, Phillip Supernaw

Their Performance: They were much better in 2014, where the tight ends were unreliable and couldn't block. Dennis Pitta could've had a good year, but a non-contact injury derailed his 2014 season. Owen Daniels was a reliable target in 2014 with 48 receptions for 527 yards and four touchdowns, good for being the third best pass catcher on the team. Gillmore had 10 receptions for 121 yards and a touchdown. Daniels and Gillmore were good blockers as well. Gillmore was voted to PFFs All-Rookie team at tight end. Phillip Supernaw had one catch for 22 yards.

What's Next: Try and re-sign Owen Daniels to a cheap, short term deal. Even if he can't play Dennis Pitta will be on the roster for cap reasons. Crockett Gillmore should offer more in the passing game in 2015 after learning the ropes this year. The Ravens will probably draft a tight end. Phillip Supernaw will probably get a chance to compete in camp for the No. 3 job.