Baltimore Ravens: Who Stood Out Against the Saints?

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Dec 28, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro (15) runs past Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) during the first quarter at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

  1. WR Michael Campanaro

The receivers did not stand out too much, even though they are expected to be one of the more exciting competitions in camp. However, the third-year receiver Campanaro topped the receivers with two catches for 58 yards.

His highlight of the night came with a pass from quarterback Matt Schaub. Campanaro crossed the field where the quarterback hit him in motion where he seamlessly continued up the field. He avoided a tackler with a stiff arm before heading into the endzone for a 45-yard touchdown.

The wide receivers did not put on much of a show, but Campanaro stood out with a 45-yard touchdown.

With the other receivers not doing much, he helped his cause for making the roster. Kamar Aiken played with the starters, so he seems to have separated himself from the other receivers in the competition. Campanaro is competing more closely with Darren Waller, DeAndre Carter and Jeremy Butler.

He certainly stood out from the other receivers who played. His goal is to remain healthy, and if he can, he could make the roster if he continues his excellent play.

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