Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro is dealing with a “soft tissue issue”, according to Ravens coach John Harbaugh. The injury kept Campanaro out of Monday’s practice, and Harbaugh was not certain how long Campanaro would be out.
Campanaro has been one of team’s better wide receivers since training camp began, looking particularly impressive as a slot receiver. However, Campanaro was plagued by injuries last season, and Habaugh hoped this latest health issue would not linger.
“He definitely has a bigger and better understanding of the offense,” Harbaugh said. “He’s really sharp and crisp in his routes. I do believe he’s a playmaker. He’s a chain-mover. And up until now, he was healthy. Nobody is more frustrated than he is. That’s just going to be his issue. He’s got to keep working on that part.”
The Ravens were already dealing with the absence of rookie wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee injury) who has not practiced since the first day of training camp. Perriman’s return date remains unknown.