'Fingers Crossed' For Michael Campanaro To Return After Bye


The Ravens are hoping to get wide receiver/returner Michael Campanaro back after their bye.

The rookie seventh-round pick has missed the past two games because of a thigh injury. He went down while returning a punt in Cincinnati in Week 8.

While most players will go home for a week of rest, Campanaro will be at the Under Armour Performance Center every day rehabbing his injury.

"Got our fingers crossed," Head Coach John Harbaugh said of the possibility of a Week 11 return. "I talked to Michael today and he's got his fingers crossed."

Campanaro was just starting to break out when he went on the shelf. He had a 19-yard touchdown in Tampa Bay in his first game action, then followed that up with a 17-yard catch against Atlanta.

Campanaro was one of the Ravens' top offensive performers in Cincinnati. He caught three passes for 40 yards, including a tough diving first-down catch. He was proving to be a weapon over the middle.

He also took over for Jacoby Jones on punt returns in Cincinnati. He had two returns for a combined 17 yards.

Harbaugh also announced that backup offensive tackle Jah Reid has suffered a broken hand. Reid missed last Friday's practice and sat out against the Titans on Sunday.

"Jah has a broken hand, so we're still discussing how we're going to handle that in terms of the roster right now," Harbaugh said. "We'll just have to see how that goes."

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