The Ravens on Saturday ruled out rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro and veteran offensive guard Jah Reid for Monday night's game against the New Orleans Saints.
Campanaro hasn't played since pulling his hamstring Oct. 26 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The River Hill graduate has six catches for 85 yards this season, including a career-high three receptions for 40 yards against the Bengals. However, his hamstring has healed slower than the Ravens had hoped for and he wasn't cleared to practice this week.
Reid broke his hand in practice while blocking outside linebacker Pernell McPhee and had surgery before a win over the Tennessee Titans. Reid told The Baltimore Sun he expects to return within the next few weeks.
Fullback Kyle Juszczyk is probable with a relatively minor foot injury suffered during practice. Pro Bowl right guard Marshal Yanda is probable with a lingering left knee injury.
The Saints ruled out running back Khiry Robinson (forearm) and linebacker Kyle Knox (hand). Wide receiver Robert Meachem (ankle) is questionable.
Running backs Mark Ingram (shoulder), Pierre Thomas (ribs, shoulder) and Travaris Cadet (hamstring) are probable. Linebacker Curtis Lofton (ankle), cornerback Keenan Lewis (knee) and offensive tackle Zach Strief (chest) are also probable.