Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro remains out with pulled hamstring

When will Michael Campanaro return? It won't be this week.

Ravens rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro remains sidelined with a pulled hamstring and will miss his second consecutive game Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.

The River Hill graduate got hurt during a 27-24 loss to the  Cincinnati Bengals on Oct. 26. During that game, Campanaro caught a career-high three passes for 40 yards and returned two punts for 17 yards. He had replaced Jacoby Jones as the Ravens' punt returner before getting hurt on a return.

The seventh-round draft pick from Wake Forest was deactivated for the Ravens' 43-23 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday and hasn't practiced since the injury.

Campanaro has appeared in three games this season and has six receptions for 85 yards.

The Ravens officially ruled out Campanaro along with offensive guard Jah Reid (hand) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (foot surgery).

Offensive guard Marshal Yanda (left knee) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle) are probable.

For the Titans, nose tackle Sammie Hill (hamstring) and wide receiver Nate Washington (shoulder) are questionable and cornerback Coty Sensabaugh (knee) is probable.


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