Campanaro recorded three receptions for 24 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears and added a 77-yard punt return for a touchdown. Sunday marked Campanaro's best game of 2017 as he not only reached the end zone on a punt return, but he also played a season-high 33 offensive snaps. That said, part of his increased role can be attributed to Breshad Perriman (concussion) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) being injured. If Perriman or Maclin are still battling their respective injuries for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Campanaro could be in line for another strong snap count in the Ravens offense.
Campanaro had one reception for three yards on two targets Sunday and added a seven-yard carry in the Ravens' 44-7 loss to the Jaguars. Despite being dinged up earlier in the week, Campanaro was able to take the field Sunday and log a season-high 15 offensive snaps. His usage continues to be on the lower end even when he's on the field, seeing a low target volume along with the occasional carry on a jet sweep. Baltimore's low-volume passing attack coupled with Campanaro's low placement on the depth chart severely diminishes his upside on a weekly basis.
Campanaro (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Despite his questionable tag heading into the weekend, Campanaro never looked to be at much risk of missing the London game after logging full practices Thursday and Friday. The fourth-year wideout will act as the team's main punt returner Sunday, but don't expect him to see many reps on offense. He's been on the field for just 21 offensive plays through two games, earning no targets but gaining seven yards on two carries.
Campanaro (ankle) returned to practice in full Thursday after sitting out of Wednesday's session, Edward Lee of The Baltimore Sun reports. The Wake Forest product was sidelined earlier in the week with an ankle issue, but he logged a full practice session Thursday, which bodes well for Campanaro's status heading into Sunday. He's played a minor role in the offense to this point in the season with two carries and zero targets, but Campanaro is a vital part of the special teams corps as the club's primary punt returner.
Campanaro (hamstring) practiced fully Thursday. He played just under 12 percent of Baltimore's offensive snaps last week, garnering one carry for five yards in that span. Assuming he gets the green light for Sunday, it's unlikely that he'd see much more than a fringe role against the Jaguars.
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