Outlook: The Ravens have kicked the tires on just about all the top tight ends in the draft class and several further down the line. At some point, they figure to draft at least one, knowing Kubiak's offense relies heavily on tight ends and Daniels may only be a one-year stopgap. Ebron is the consensus top tight end available though it's not impossible that he's still on the board at 17. The Ravens, who would love to add a big and athletic playmaker on offense, would think long and hard about taking him if that scenario plays out. But if they wait a round or two, a guy like Niklas, who gets high marks for his physicality at the line of scrimmage, would be a great fit because neither Pitta or Daniels are known for their blocking ability. The Ravens are going to have tight ends that they like in each round. The bet here is that they pull the trigger on one early on the third day. Of course, if Ebron is available at 17, that could change their plans.