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Michael Campanaro passes physical, ready to return to practice; Ravens swap QBs

Wide receiver-punt returner Michael Campanaro has passed his physical and is expected to practice with the Ravens on Tuesday.

Campanaro, who injured his toe during organized team activities earlier this offseason, started training camp on the physically unable to perform list. After passing his physical, he’s now eligible to return to practice.

The former River Hill standout joins a crowded roster competition at both wide receiver and the return spots. Campanaro was the Ravens’ primary punt returner last season after they let go of Devin Hester Sr., and he is one of the favorites for that job this year if he’s able to stay healthy and makes the 53-man roster.

Campanaro, 26, has been limited to 11 games for the Ravens over the past three seasons, largely because of injuries.

The Ravens also announced that they have swapped quarterbacks, waiving David Olson and signing Josh Woodrum. Olson had just signed with the team late last week after he last played in the arena league.

Woodrum, who set the all-time record in passing yards at Liberty, went undrafted in 2016. He has since had stints with the New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, Chicago Bears and the Buffalo Bills. The 24-year-old was let go by the Bills earlier this offseason.



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