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Ravens rookie Michael Campanaro remains sidelined with pulled hamstring

Michael Campanaro, Marshal Yanda and Jah Reid aren't practicing for the Ravens on Wednesday.

Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro wasn't practicing during the portion open to reporters Wednesday at the team's indoor practice field.

The River Hill graduate has remained sidelined since he injured his leg against the Cincinnati Bengals on Oct. 26 at Paul Brown Stadium.

Campanaro caught a career-high three passes for 40 yards against the Bengals, and he returned two punts for 17 yards. The seventh-round draft pick from Wake Forest has six receptions for 85 yards in three games this season.

The Ravens could use Campanaro as a complementary presence to starting wide receivers Steve Smith and Torrey Smith, but his health hasn't cooperated.

Right guard Marshal Yanda (left knee) and offensive lineman Jah Reid also aren't practicing Wednesday.

Reid broke his hand before the Ravens' win over the Tennessee Titans and underwent surgery. He remains on the active roster as his status for the remainder of the season is being determined.



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