#4: Michael Campanaro
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
Out of all the Ravens players, none have stood out in training camp and preseason as much as Campanaro. Coming into this season as a possible bubble player, Campanaro has shown that, not only is he worthy of a roster spot, but he is destined to receive ample playing time in the regular season.
Despite a long injury history, Campanaro has managed to stay healthy for the most part this year. Although he is currently injured with a soft-tissue issue, it does not look to be serious. If he manages to stay healthy for long enough, he could become a major force in the Ravens offense.
The Ravens have not had a good slot receiver since Kelley Washington, so having a guy like Campanaro will be great for an up-and-coming passing game. Campanaro adds a new dimension to the Ravens offense: the short passing game.
Campanaro will catch a lot of passes in the middle of the field, and he has great run-after-catch potential. Look for a big year from him.
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