NEW ORLEANS — Two of the Ravens' recent second-round draft picks were healthy scratches for Monday night's game against the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Inside linebacker Arthur Brown, a 2013 second-round draft pick from Kansas State, was inactive after being active for the previous two games. He played special teams in those games.
The Ravens have safety Brynden Trawick active this game after deactivating him against the Tennessee Titans.
Nose tackle Terrence Cody, a 2010 second-round draft pick from Alabama, was inactive for the second consecutive game since being activated from the reserve physically-unable to perform list.
The Ravens also scratched rookie wide receiver Michael Campanaro, a seventh-round draft pick from Wake Forest. The River Hill graduate has now missed three games in a row with a pulled hamstring. The Ravens had hoped he would be cleared to practice last week, but his leg wasn't ready. He's expected to return to practice as soon as this week.
The Ravens also deactivated defensive end DeAngelo Tyson, who has been passed on the depth chart by former San Diego Chargers defensive lineman Lawrence Guy, cornerback Rashaan Melvin and offensive lineman Jah Reid.
Reid has a broken hand and recently underwent surgery, but he said he expects to play this season.
Meanwhile, the Saints deactivated wide receiver Robert Meachem, running back Khiry Robinson, cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, cornerback Terrence Frederick, inside linebacker Kyle Knox, offensive tackle Nick Becton and defensive end Brandon Deaderick.