UPDATE: Michael Campanaro is shockingly NOT on the injury report

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Aug 17, 2017; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro (12) carries the ball during the first half against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Turns out wide receiver Michael Campanaro’s missed practice was not due to injury. He is expected to play in Saturday’s game. You can ignore most of what I said below except for the fact that the Ravens indeed may be cursed.

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I’ve jokingly been saying for years that the Ravens built their new practice facility on an ancient Indian burial ground. At this point, Baltimore may want to actually look into that possibility. With only two preseason games under their belt, the Ravens injury report keeps getting longer and longer. Nothing changed Thursday when two more players were added and no one was removed from the report.

Michael Campanaro is now on the injury report along with linebacker Albert McClellan. Campanaro has shown promise as a play-maker, but has struggled with injuries his entire career. That puts the Ravens at 15 players on the injury report. Today was the Raven’s final practice before their preseason Week 3 match up against the Buffalo Bills. Campanaro, who was already on thin ice, may have a very hard time making it on the final roster if he misses significant time.


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This is just the latest setback in what has been a preseason full of setbacks for the Ravens. While coaches seem hopeful that significant players such as Joe Flacco and Danny Woodhead will be back by Week 1, fans are definitely feeling uneasy about the amount of injuries so far.

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