Ravens WR Michael Campanaro has herniated disc, no surgery required, week to week, sources say

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro has a herniated disc and doesn't require surgery, according to sources. Campanaro is regarded as week to week. The injury has been estimated as taking anywhere from a few weeks to as many as six weeks to recover from. Campanaro got injured during an overtime win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday night. He was in a wheelchair after the game, but is no longer in one Friday and is walking under his own power. Campanaro scored a touchdown on an end around against the Steelers. Campanaro caught two passes for 16 yards and returned a kickoff 24 yards and a punt 14 yards. A former Wake Forest standout and seventh-round draft pick, Campanaro had a strained quadriceps in the spring that sidelined him and a hamstring injury as a rookie. The back injury was sustained on a hit. He has five catches for 35 yards this season. Campanaro is an athletic, versatile slot receiver and return specialist who has battled injuries during his first two seasons in the NFL. Follow me on Twitter: @AaronWilson_NFL Aaron Wilson covers the Texans for The Houston Chronicle.
Aaron Wilson
Aaron Wilson covers the NFL for National Football Post, his second stint at the Post. He has previously written for Pro Football Talk and FOX Sports-Scout. Entering his 13th year covering the Baltimore Ravens, he's a beat writer for The Baltimore Sun. Wilson has also covered the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans.

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