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
Welcome to the Daily Caw, where we round up all the latest Baltimore Ravens news from around the web. Today we discover that Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro expects to be healthy and ready to participate in training camp, John Harbaugh is set to become the team’s all time winningest coach, and new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman could have been a lawyer.
Ravens WR Michael Campanaro on track for camp after quad injury – Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun
"Campanaro says he’s on track for training camp. He has been rehabilitating the injury at the Ravens’ training complex five days per week. He has resumed running and is doing cardio workouts three times a day.“As of right now, I feel 100 percent,” said Campanaro, who caught a school-record 229 passes in college and finished with 2,506 career yards and 14 touchdowns. “Working everyday to have a great training camp.”"
Harbaugh poised to become Ravens’ winningest coach – Clifton Brown, CSN Baltimore
"Considering John Harbaugh’s success as an NFL head coach, more teams should look closely at position coaches as potential head coaches.The Ravens need just nine wins next season for Harbaugh to become the winningest coach in franchise history, passing Brian Billick (80 wins). History says Harbaugh will achieve that goal. He has averaged 10.2 wins per season (72 victories) during his seven-year tenure, and has clearly established himself as one of the NFL’s best coaches."
Marc Trestman’s unwavering perseverance – Ryan Mink, BaltimoreRavens.com
"New Ravens Offensive Coordinator Marc Trestman realized he didn’t want to be a lawyer when he first arrived at the University of Miami School of Law in 1979.Only problem is, he didn’t want to be a quitter either. That’s not in the Trestman DNA.Trestman pressed on through law school and as a judge’s clerk, all while working as a volunteer coach on the Miami football team. He routinely punched in 18-hour shifts."