Tony Moeaki visiting the Ravens today

OWINGS MILLS -- University of Iowa tight end Tony Moeaki is scheduled to visit the Baltimore Ravens today. Moeaki is an athletic 6-foot-3, 245-pounder with 4.68 speed in the 40-yard dash and a 36 ½ inch vertical leap and a 10-0 broad jump. He has also bench pressed 225 pounds 25 times.

Moeaki has been graded as a second round to third round target for NFL teams by draft analysts.

The Ravens and the Cincinnati Bengals, who are both in the market for a tight end, sent tight end coaches to his campus Pro Day workout.

Regarded highly for his skills and character, Moeaki has dealt with some injuries during his time with the Hawkeyes. In the past, Moeaki has had elbow, shoulder, foot, hamstring and wrist ailments.

He played in 10 games last season, missing three due to a sprained ankle.

Voted first-team All-Big Ten Conference by the coaches, Moeaki caught 75 career passes for 955 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Last year, Moeaki caught a career-high 30 passes for 387 yards and four touchdowns.

NOTES: Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson, a first-round prospect, is scheduled to visit the Ravens on Wednesday and Thursday. ... Oregon tight end Ed Dickson and University of Florida wide receiver Riley Cooper are among the Ravens' previous predraft visits. ... Incumbent kicker Billy Cundiff signed his one-year, $1.226 million restricted tender, per his agent. As an undrafted player, Cundiff was assigned the right of first refusal. ... The team announced that reserve quarterback John Beck has signed his one-year restricted tender. It's worth $1.101 million. Drafted in the second rond, Beck was assigned an original round tender. Under the NFL's upgraded tender rule, the Ravens would receive a third-round pick if someone signed him to an offer sheet and they opted not to match. The deadline for teams to sign restricted free agents to offer sheets is Thursday.

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