Breshad Perriman, the Baltimore Ravens first-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, has suffered yet another setback. On Saturday afternoon, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the wide receiver suffered a partially torn ACL during OTAs.
According to Schefter, Perriman “will visit Dr. James Andrews on Monday to determine if he needs potential season-ending surgery.”
Unfortunately, it has since been reported that the belief is Perriman will miss the upcoming season.
It is a devastating blow for the former first-round pick, who missed his entire rookie year after suffering a torn PCL.
Without Perriman in the lineup, the Ravens’ clear top two receivers are veterans Steve Smith and Mike Wallace. Kamar Aiken will also play a key role on offense in the slot.
We’d like to wish Perriman a full and speedy recovery.
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