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Michael Campanaro rejoins wide receiver battle ahead of final preseason game

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (River Hill) returned to practice Monday to participate in individual drills after missing more than two weeks with an unspecified soft tissue injury and joins a wide receiver competition that, thanks in part to several injuries, hasn’t yielded results in the preseason.

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Breakdown of safety Will Hill's new two-year deal

Some wondered why safety Will Hill would delay free agency after the 2015 season to sign what technically amounts to a one-year contract extension with the Ravens. Hill, though, will make out pretty well in the deal.

His new contract is a two-year deal that covers the 2015 and 2016 seasons and is worth $7 million. That includes a $3.5 million signing bonus and $5.16 million in guaranteed money.

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John Harbaugh gives safety Terrence Brooks' preseason debut high marks

Ravens coach John Harbaugh was excited to see safety Terrence Brooks back on the field Saturday after a knee injury last December put his entire 2015 in doubt, but wanted to reserve judgment until after he watched tape of Brooks’ performance against the Washington Redskins.

Now that he has, Harbaugh gave a promising report on the second-year safety.

“Terrence played well,” he said.

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John Harbaugh on his halftime interviews, confrontation with Washington coach Jay Gruden

Ravens coach John Harbaugh expanded on his curt halftime interview during Saturday’s 31-13 loss to the Washington Redskins, and the subject of the question he took exception with — an on-field skirmish that saw Harbaugh run across the field to separate the teams and yell at Washington coach Jay Gruden.

“Those halftime interviews are tough, and I don’t think I’m very good at it,” Harbaugh said.

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Lardarius Webb, Kelechi Osemele, Eugene Monroe, Michael Campanaro return to practice

The Ravens got three starters and a key offensive player back Monday as guard Kelechi Osemele, tackle Eugene Monroe, cornerback Lardarius Webb and wide receiver Michael Campanaro returned to practice.

Osemele had practiced once since the preseason opener on Aug. 13 against New Orleans, and missed the two subsequent games with an Achilles injury.

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Former Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor named Week 1 starter by Buffalo Bills, per reports

Longtime Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor will get an opportunity to prove himself as a starting quarterback with the Buffalo Bills, who named him the Week 1 starter Monday, according to multiple reports.

A 2011 sixth-round NFL draft pick who spent four years backing up durable starter Joe Flacco, Taylor appeared in 14 games over four years with the Ravens.

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