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Michael Campanaro has a “nuisance” toe injury

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The Ravens have hoped and hoped (and hoped) that receiver Michael Campanaro can become a quality option on the depth chart. But he hasn’t been able to stay healthy.

The five-foot, nine-inch 26-year-old re-signed with the Ravens in April, and he’s participating in the offseason program. Currently, however, he’s not active, due to a toe injury.

Via Jamison Hensley of, coach John Harbaugh told reporters that Campanaro suffered the injury this week. Harbaugh called the injury a “nuisance.”

Campanaro was waived in September with an injury settlement, but he returned for the final three games of the regular season, getting no catches but one rushing attempt in each contest for 39, 23, and 10 yards, respectively. He appeared in four games in 2015 before getting injured on a Thursday night against Pittsburgh. As a rookie, he had seven catches for 102 yards in the regular season and four for 39 during a playoff loss to the Patriots.

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6 Responses to “Michael Campanaro has a “nuisance” toe injury”
  1. inozwetrust says: Jun 1, 2017 3:26 PM

    Ravens can’t seem to get a break at WR/slot. Boldin starting to look pretty good as a Raven again.

  2. indywilson40 says: Jun 1, 2017 3:48 PM

    The Campanaro effect…..

  3. ravensbob says: Jun 1, 2017 4:01 PM

    Nice story being local kid but he needs to go. Can’t stay on field.

  4. thegreatgabbert says: Jun 1, 2017 4:04 PM

    The nuisance toe is located between the big toe and the middle toe. The worst possible spot.

  5. kenflood says: Jun 1, 2017 5:39 PM

    Actually, the BIG toe is the problem toe. That ends careers. Still, the man better start trying everything under the sun to get and stay better. That includes acupuncture.

  6. jasons81 says: Jun 1, 2017 8:59 PM

    At least Perriman has panned out very nicely for them

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