Today, the Baltimore Ravens made three roster moves. The first move concerns a player who has been on and off the roster throughout his career. That player is the wide receiver, Michael Campanaro. Campanaro was drafted to the Baltimore Ravens in the seventh round of the NFL Draft in 2014. Since then, Campanaro has only managed to catch 12 passes for 137 yards. Since being drafted, he has only played in 11 games, as he has dealt with numerous injuries throughout his young career. Most recently, Campanaro suffered a toe injury during the offseason, placing his status for the season in doubt. However, some good news in a time of mostly bad news surfaced today. Campanaro passed his physical and is able to begin practice again. He is now off the phyiscally unable to play list (PUP), and will reportedly return to the field tomorrow, as the Ravens continue to practice in training camp.
The Baltimore Ravens also made two other roster moves, very much related to each other. On Friday, the Ravens signed camp arm quarterback David Olson, of the Champions Indoor League. The arena football quarterback was not with the team long, as he was cut earlier today. The Ravens replaced him with quarterback Josh Woodrum. Woodrum played for Liberty in college and was signed to the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent in 2016. He later found his way to the Indianapolis Colts and Chicago Bears later that season. In the offseason of 2017 he was signed to the Buffalo Bills, but subsequently was released in May. Woodrum probably will be another camp arm for the Ravens, a quarterback for the practice drills. There is little chance that Woodrum would make the 53 man roster at the end of the season, especially with the potential signing of quarterback Colin Kaepernick looming on the horizon. The Ravens have been mulling over signing Kaepernick over the offseason, but they remain uncommitted.