With the loss of
But that’s not necessarily the case, according to coach
"I don't know. We'll just have to see," he said after Saturday's practice at the team's training facility in Owings Mills. "It's not just needing a guy, it's also guys being available that you think can play, and if they can stay healthy. There is no point in bringing a guy in and he gets hurt. Then we just have one more hurt guy to deal with, and then it can affect your salary cap. So it's a little bit of a balancing act, and you have to make really good, wise decisions. It's always good to bring in a player if he is right guy. It's not good if he is not the right guy."
The market for tight ends is not bursting at the seams. Age and injury concerns surround candidates like
The team does have four tight ends on the roster, but