Woodhead didn't really appear to have any limitations in a 23-0 win over the Packers last week, but he ended up with only six touches (five catches) on 13 snaps due to the blowout nature of the contest. It's notable that he was targeted on more than one-third of his snaps, as similar usage could lead to some very productive days when the Ravens find themselves in more competitive contests. Monday's game won't necessarily qualify, as the Ravens are heavy favorites against a Houston team that's gone 1-3 with a minus-44 point differential in Tom Savage's four starts.
Mosley (ankle) isn't practicing Friday.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh suggested Mosley escaped Sunday's 23-0 win over the Packers with only a minor injury, but there's now some concern about the linebacker's status given that he hasn't practiced this week. Mosley does have an extra day to recover with the Ravens facing the Texans on Monday Night Football. He'll have one last chance to practice Saturday, at which point the team will release its final injury report of the week. Fellow inside linebacker Patrick Onwuasor could make for a decent last-second IDP replacement if Mosley is a game-time decision and doesn't end up playing.
West (calf) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's practice/injury report estimation.
It remains to be seen if West suits up Monday night against the Texans, but at this stage, his health is not an impediment to taking the field in the contest. Alex Collins, Javorius Allen and Danny Woodhead handled the team's rushing duties in Week 11's shutout win over the Packers and that trio figures to continue to head the team's backfield in Week 12 as well.
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.