Campanaro appeared in 13 games in 2017, hauling in 19 of 27 targets for 173 yards and a score while adding one punt return for a touchdown.
The Wake Forest product was dinged up at different points of the year, including a shoulder injury that sidelined him two games, but this was still Campanaro's most productive professional season. He had never played more than four games in any of his previous three seasons and had never seen more than seven total touches from scrimmage. Injuries and poor performance from other receivers opened the door for Campanaro to fill the larger role after having been relegated to being a gadget player in the past. The Ravens could be losing some of their top veteran receivers this offseason, but Campanaro is hitting free agency in his own right. Baltimore's familiarity with Campanaro makes it feasible to see the team bringing him back on the cheap, but the Ravens will likely be adding new starting receivers externally as well.
Campanaro is listed as active Sunday against the Lions.
Campanaro is back in the mix for Baltimore after being a healthy scratch in Week 12. The 24-year-old is likely fourth in line for targets among Baltimore wideouts, as his biggest contributions are in the return game.
Campanaro is inactive for Monday night's game against the Texans, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Campanaro wasn't on the Ravens' Week 12 injury report, so this is a bit of a surprise, given his utility as a punt returner. Lardarius Webb figures to replace Campanaro in that role Monday, while the Ravens' wideout corps will be comprised of Jeremy Maclin, Mike Wallace, Chis Moore and Breshad Perriman.
Campanaro saw just six offensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Packers.
Even though Breshad Perriman was inactive, Campanaro still couldn't crack the rotation for the Ravens. He was on the field for six out of a possible 59 plays. Aside from a two-game stretch where Campanaro saw 45 and 49 percent of the snaps, Campanaro hasn't cracked the 30 percent threshold in any of his other games. He figures to remain as a fringe option in the Ravens offense.
Campanaro (shoulder) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Though listed as questionable for the contest by the Ravens, Campanaro practiced fully all week, so it's no surprise that he's available. With fellow wideout Breshad Perriman inactive, Campanaro is a candidate to see added work in the Ravens' three-receiver sets, along with starters Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace.
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