Who's Practicing, Who's Not vs. Chargers


Campanaro Back At Practice

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh) returned to practice Wednesday on a limited basis, his first football action in a month.

It means the rookie seventh-round pick could have a chance of getting back to game action this Sunday against the San Diego Chargers.

"It went well," Campanaro said of practice. "I was just out there running routes, knocking the rust off a little bit. It's getting better each day. With hamstrings, there's a conditioning part that comes into play."

Campanaro suffered the injury in Cincinnati on Oct. 26 while returning a punt. There's no good timing for an injury, but it was particularly poor for Campanaro because he was just starting to break out.

In the three games leading up to his injury, Campanaro had six catches for 85 yards and one touchdown. He had three grabs for 40 yards in Cincinnati, including a pair of long third-down conversions where he made impressive catches over the middle. He also made a leaping 19-yard touchdown catch in Tampa Bay.

It's unclear what Campanaro's return would mean for the rest of the team if he's active on Sunday.

Wide receiver Marlon Brown has made some big catches the past few weeks with the rookie sidelined, including a 14-yard catch for a first down against the Saints. Campanaro also stepped in for Jacoby Jones as punt returner, but Jones has been sure-handed since being reinserted into the role.

Suggs Sits Out

Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs sat out practice Wednesday and is listed with a foot injury.

It doesn't appear to be serious as Suggs still spoke with the media and was not asked about the injury.

The Ravens have given veteran players rest throughout the season.

McPhee Added To Injury Report

Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee was limited in practice because of a shoulder injury.

McPhee has had injury issues in the past, but not with his upper body. He finished Monday night's game against the Saints and was one of the team's most effective pass rushers despite not getting a sack.

After notching at least one sack in three straight games earlier this season, McPhee hasn't logged a sack in the past four weeks.

Reid Returns, Full Participant

Backup right tackle Jah Reid made a quick return from a broken hand, as he was a full practice participant on Wednesday.

Reid reportedly broke the hand while blocking McPhee in practice leading up to the Ravens' Nov. 9 game against the Tennessee Titans.

Having him back would give Baltimore more depth along the offensive line, particularly behind Rick Wagner.

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