After a productive one-game return, Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey is back on the injury report with a shoulder injury that will keep him out against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.
A high-ankle sprain suffered in the Panthers' first meeting against the Bucs in Week 2 kept McCaffrey out until last week against the Kansas City Chiefs, when he rushed for 69 yards and one touchdown while catching 10 passes for 82 yards and another score in the Carolina loss.
Panthers coach Matt Rhule told reporters he hopes the injury will result in only a one-week absence.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell ruled out
While McCaffrey hasn't seen much of the field in 2020, Baltimore Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell has played in 98 consecutive games, dating back to 2014. That streak will end Sunday, as he has been ruled out with a calf injury he suffered last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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