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Michael Campanaro
WR/RS #12
Height:
5-9
Weight:
191
Age:
26
College:
Wake Forest
Hometown:
Clarksville, MD
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2016):

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0
YDS
0
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TDS
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Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesReceivingRushingFumbles
GGSRecYdsAvgLongTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
TOTAL 12 137 11.4 19 1 5 89 17.8 39 1 0 0
2016 BAL 3 0 0 0 -- -- 0 3 72 24 39 0 -- --
2015 BAL 4 0 5 35 7 11 0 2 17 8.5 9T 1 -- --
2014 BAL 4 0 7 102 14.6 19T 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Recent Games
WKOppResultReceivingRushingFumbles
RecYdsAvgLngTDAttYdsAvgLngTDFUMLost
15 PHI W 27-26 0 0 -- -- 0 1 39 39 39 0 -- --
16 @PIT L 27-31 -- -- -- -- -- 1 23 23 23 0 -- --
17 @CIN L 10-27 -- -- -- -- -- 1 10 10 10 0 -- --

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Biography

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— Key Transactions —

  • Placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 10/3/15
  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (218th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft
  • Ravens acquired the 218th pick from the Browns in exchange for a 2015 draft choiceaft

— Career Highlights —

  • Became the second Ravens WR (Mark Clayton) to score a rushing TD in the 23-20 win at Pit. on 10/1/15
  • Set career highs in catches (3) and receiving yards (40), including a career-long 19-yarder (tied), at Cin. (10/26/14)
  • His first-career catch was a 19-yard TD in his NFL debut in the 48-17 victory at TB (10/12/14)

— Personal —

  • Has trained at Campanaro Strength and Conditioning, owned and operated by his brother, Nick
  • Father, Attilio, and mother, Lisa, are retired chefs who owned and operated a catering business and café

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 4/0)

  • Recorded 35 yards on 5 catches and 17 yards and 1 TD on 2 rushes before being placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 10/3...Also returned 3 kickoffs for 79 yards (26.3 avg.) and 3 punts for 49 yards (16.3 avg.)
  • Scored a TD on a 9-yard run for an offense that produced 191 rushing yards in the 23-20 come-from-behind, overtime victory at Pit. (10/1)…Gained 63 all-purpose yards before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with a back injury
  • Produced 11 receiving yards on 2 receptions, 8 rushing yards on 1 carry, a 26-yard KOR and a pair of PRs for 35 yards vs. Cin. (9/27)

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 4/0, 2/0)

  • Posted 102 yards and 1 TD on 7 catches for an offense that set franchise single-season records in yards (5,838) and points (409)...Missed six games (9-14) due to a thigh injury
  • Subbed and recorded his first-career postseason catch (finished with 4 receptions for 39 yards) in the Divisional Playoff game at NE (1/10/15)
  • Tied for the team lead with a career-high 3 receptions for 40 yards and recorded 2 PRs for 17 yards, before leaving the game with a thigh injury at Cin. (10/26)
  • Played in his first NFL game and recorded his first-career reception (good for a 19-yard TD), finishing with 2 receptions for 28 yards in the 48-17 victory at TB (10/12)

— College —

  • Finished his Demon Deacons career ranked first in receptions (229), third in receiving yards (2,506) and eighth in receiving TDs (14) in school history...Tallied 35 KORs for 828 yards (23.7 avg.) and 26 PRs for 156 yards (6.0 avg.) and 1 TD...Completed 6 of 7 passes for 174 yards and 4 TDs, adding 51 rushes for 238 yards and 2 TDs
  • Started all eight games he played (missed the final four games with a shoulder injury) and earned second-team All-ACC honors while leading the team with 67 catches for 803 receiving yards and 6 TDs as a senior in 2013...Posted a school-record 16 catches vs. Louisiana-Monroe
  • Named second-team All-ACC and a two-time ACC Receiver of the Week honoree, finishing with a career-high 79 catches for 763 yards and 6 TDs as a junior in 2012
  • Played in 12 games (11 starts) and caught 73 passes for a career-high 833 yards and 2 TDs, earning third-team All-ACC honors (Phil Steele), as a sophomore in 2011...Combined with WR Chris Givens (83 receptions) for a school-record 156 catches by a receiver duo
  • Played 12 games (one start) and was named-fourth team All-ACC as a KOR (Phil Steele), leading Wake Forest in KORs (28), KOR yards (679) and KOR average (24.3) as a freshman in 2010...Redshirted as a true freshman in 2009
  • Graduated with a communications degree

— High School —

  • Prepped at River Hill (Clarksville, MD) HS, where he gained over 6,500 yards and 90 TDs during his three-year varsity career...Posted 8-career kick return TDs
  • Helped the Hawks to consecutive 2A State Championships (2007-08)
  • Earned Washington Post All-Met and Howard County Offensive Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2008...Ran for 1,848 yards and 29 TDs and caught 17 passes for 266 yards and 7 TDs...Also posted 71 tackles and 7 INTs as a defensive back

— Campanaro’s Community Impact —

  • Consistently supports the Casey Cares Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing uplifting programs for critically ill children and their families, by attending numerous events and fundraisers
  • Consistently supports programs benefitting the well-being of animals; participated in the Maryland SPCA’s annual March for the Animals (2015-16)
  • Joined students at Charles Carroll Barrister ES to celebrate their achievements in the Ravens Reading Challenge (2015)
  • Hosted Marine Toys for Tots drives at Howard HS (2015) and his alma mater, River Hill (Clarksville, MD) HS (2014)
  • Donated 80 pairs of football cleats to the football players at Frederick Douglass High School (2015)
  • Participated in the Coppermine Fieldhouse Salute to Summer 5K Walk and Run Festival to help benefit the Catch A Lift Fund and the Kennedy Krieger Institute (2015)
  • Joined teammates at the Comcast SportsNet Amputee Warrior Softball Classic to benefit charities supporting those wounded overseas (2015)
  • Helped promote PLAY 60, the NFL movement for an active generation by joining teammates and local coaches at the Hispanic Heritage Month football clinic to teach predominantly Hispanic children the fundamentals of football (2014)

Download Bio Update

— Key Transactions —

  • Placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 10/3/15
  • Originally selected by the Ravens in the seventh round (218th overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft
  • Ravens acquired the 218th pick from the Browns in exchange for a 2015 draft choiceaft

— Career Highlights —

  • Became the second Ravens WR (Mark Clayton) to score a rushing TD in the 23-20 win at Pit. on 10/1/15
  • Set career highs in catches (3) and receiving yards (40), including a career-long 19-yarder (tied), at Cin. (10/26/14)
  • His first-career catch was a 19-yard TD in his NFL debut in the 48-17 victory at TB (10/12/14)

— Personal —

  • Has trained at Campanaro Strength and Conditioning, owned and operated by his brother, Nick
  • Father, Attilio, and mother, Lisa, are retired chefs who owned and operated a catering business and café

— Season Recaps —

2015: (Baltimore Ravens – 4/0)

  • Recorded 35 yards on 5 catches and 17 yards and 1 TD on 2 rushes before being placed on Injured Reserve (back) on 10/3...Also returned 3 kickoffs for 79 yards (26.3 avg.) and 3 punts for 49 yards (16.3 avg.)
  • Scored a TD on a 9-yard run for an offense that produced 191 rushing yards in the 23-20 come-from-behind, overtime victory at Pit. (10/1)…Gained 63 all-purpose yards before leaving the game in the fourth quarter with a back injury
  • Produced 11 receiving yards on 2 receptions, 8 rushing yards on 1 carry, a 26-yard KOR and a pair of PRs for 35 yards vs. Cin. (9/27)

2014: (Baltimore Ravens – 4/0, 2/0)

  • Posted 102 yards and 1 TD on 7 catches for an offense that set franchise single-season records in yards (5,838) and points (409)...Missed six games (9-14) due to a thigh injury
  • Subbed and recorded his first-career postseason catch (finished with 4 receptions for 39 yards) in the Divisional Playoff game at NE (1/10/15)
  • Tied for the team lead with a career-high 3 receptions for 40 yards and recorded 2 PRs for 17 yards, before leaving the game with a thigh injury at Cin. (10/26)
  • Played in his first NFL game and recorded his first-career reception (good for a 19-yard TD), finishing with 2 receptions for 28 yards in the 48-17 victory at TB (10/12)

— College —

  • Finished his Demon Deacons career ranked first in receptions (229), third in receiving yards (2,506) and eighth in receiving TDs (14) in school history...Tallied 35 KORs for 828 yards (23.7 avg.) and 26 PRs for 156 yards (6.0 avg.) and 1 TD...Completed 6 of 7 passes for 174 yards and 4 TDs, adding 51 rushes for 238 yards and 2 TDs
  • Started all eight games he played (missed the final four games with a shoulder injury) and earned second-team All-ACC honors while leading the team with 67 catches for 803 receiving yards and 6 TDs as a senior in 2013...Posted a school-record 16 catches vs. Louisiana-Monroe
  • Named second-team All-ACC and a two-time ACC Receiver of the Week honoree, finishing with a career-high 79 catches for 763 yards and 6 TDs as a junior in 2012
  • Played in 12 games (11 starts) and caught 73 passes for a career-high 833 yards and 2 TDs, earning third-team All-ACC honors (Phil Steele), as a sophomore in 2011...Combined with WR Chris Givens (83 receptions) for a school-record 156 catches by a receiver duo
  • Played 12 games (one start) and was named-fourth team All-ACC as a KOR (Phil Steele), leading Wake Forest in KORs (28), KOR yards (679) and KOR average (24.3) as a freshman in 2010...Redshirted as a true freshman in 2009
  • Graduated with a communications degree

— High School —

  • Prepped at River Hill (Clarksville, MD) HS, where he gained over 6,500 yards and 90 TDs during his three-year varsity career...Posted 8-career kick return TDs
  • Helped the Hawks to consecutive 2A State Championships (2007-08)
  • Earned Washington Post All-Met and Howard County Offensive Player of the Year honors as a senior in 2008...Ran for 1,848 yards and 29 TDs and caught 17 passes for 266 yards and 7 TDs...Also posted 71 tackles and 7 INTs as a defensive back

— Campanaro’s Community Impact —

  • Consistently supports the Casey Cares Foundation, an organization dedicated to providing uplifting programs for critically ill children and their families, by attending numerous events and fundraisers
  • Consistently supports programs benefitting the well-being of animals; participated in the Maryland SPCA’s annual March for the Animals (2015-16)
  • Joined students at Charles Carroll Barrister ES to celebrate their achievements in the Ravens Reading Challenge (2015)
  • Hosted Marine Toys for Tots drives at Howard HS (2015) and his alma mater, River Hill (Clarksville, MD) HS (2014)
  • Donated 80 pairs of football cleats to the football players at Frederick Douglass High School (2015)
  • Participated in the Coppermine Fieldhouse Salute to Summer 5K Walk and Run Festival to help benefit the Catch A Lift Fund and the Kennedy Krieger Institute (2015)
  • Joined teammates at the Comcast SportsNet Amputee Warrior Softball Classic to benefit charities supporting those wounded overseas (2015)
  • Helped promote PLAY 60, the NFL movement for an active generation by joining teammates and local coaches at the Hispanic Heritage Month football clinic to teach predominantly Hispanic children the fundamentals of football (2014)
 

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