|Date of Birth:||09/10/1993|
|Drafted:||2015 | Round 1 | Pick 26|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
The Ravens did not exercise Bresahad Perriman's fifth-year option.
Perriman has battled injuries and hasn't been able to make a huge impact after the Ravens selected in the first round in 2015. Baltimore revamped their receiving corps by adding Michael Crabtree, John Brown, and Willie Snead this offseason, so Perriman is in an uphill battle for playing time. The lightning fast receiver will turn 25 this September, and he'll look to make some big plays before he hits free agency after the season.
Breshad Perriman is inactive for Week 17.
The third-year receiver's regular season ends with ten receptions for 77 yards in 11 games played. Hopefully he's active and able to make an impact in a potential Ravens postseason.
Breshad Perriman gets four targets in Week 16.
Perriman caught two passes for 14 yards against the Colts. Even if Jeremy Maclin (knee) remains out for Week 17, Perriman isn't a reliable option in fantasy lineups. He's the fourth or fifth receiver for Baltimore right now.
Breshad Perriman doesn't catch a pass in Week 12.
Perriman was targeted twice, including down the field on a back-shoulder throw, but he didn't haul either in against the Texans. It was good to see the talented receiver active after he was a healthy scratch last week, though. Perriman is not a recommended fantasy option at the moment.
Breshad Perriman is active for Monday Night Football.
Perriman was a healthy scratch last week, but he’ll be out there against the Texans. The former first-round pick isn’t a fantasy option at this point, but Houston has allowed some deep threats to get behind them in 2017, so he might carry some upside for those who are desperate for whatever reason.
Breshad Perriman is a healthy scratch today.
Coming out of the bye and healthier at receiver, the Ravens are going in a different direction with the receiving group today. Michael Campanaro is now active, and Perriman isn't playing partly because he isn't a core special teams player. The 2015 first-round pick is extremely talented and should get another opportunity on he field soon, but he's not in a great spot right now as a healthy inactive.
Breshad Perriman gets seven targets against the Titans.
Perriman caught three passes for 28 yards in Baltimore's loss, and he was targeted on a deep ball to the end zone but it was broken up. The talented former first-rounder has a ton of potential, but he's not a reliable fantasy option yet and doesn't need to be on fantasy rosters.
Breshad Perriman doesn't catch a pass against the Dolphins.
Perriman was back after missing one game with a concussion, but he didn't catch either of his two targets in the Ravens' win. Baltimore attempted only 13 passes in the game, and Joe Flacco left the game in the second quarter, so it's not that surprising that Perriman didn't have a great game stat-wise. It was good to see him back out there on the field, though.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) is active against the Dolphins.
He's cleared of his concussion and back after missing one game. With Mike Wallace (concussion) out for the Thursday nighter, Perriman will work as the number two behind Jeremy Maclin. Perriman could have a big game, but he has a low floor and is not among the most-reccomended fantasy options this week.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) is officially questionable for Thursday night.
Perriman is in concussion protocol, but he probably has more of a chance of being cleared than Mike Wallace, who just suffered his concussion on Sunday. The Ravens have a ton of injuries at receiver, so it'd be great if Perriman was able to be active for the game.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) was limited in practice.
Perriman missed Sunday with a concussion, and it appears he's headed in the right direction for Thursday night against Miami. The official injury report for the game will be released tomorrow, and Perriman will likely either be questionable or off the injury report (if he gets cleared from his concussion).
Breshad Perriman (concussion) is has been ruled out for Week 7.
He's not out of concussion protocol and they are just leaving him home before they leave for the trip to Minnesota. The Ravens have a quick turnaround and play the Dolphins next Thursday, so it's no lock Perriman is ready for that game either.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) did not practice today.
He's still in protocol and is running out of time before Sunday's game. Baltimore needs to travel to Minnesota for the game against the Vikings, so it's possible Perriman is just left at home for the trip if he doesn't make progress.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) did not practice today.
He's in concussion protocol and needs to clear the stages to work his way into practice with the hope of playing on Sunday.
Breshad Perriman (concussion) has been ruled out for the game.
Perriman didn't catch any passes in the Week 6 game against the Bears before leaving. With Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) already inactive for the game, the Ravens are getting thing in the receiving corps.
Breshad Perriman catches one pass in Week 1.
Perriman tied the team-high with four targets but only had one reception for five yards. The good news is he's healthy and should have much better weeks ahead. He gets Cleveland next Sunday.
Breshad Perriman returns to practice for the Ravens.
Although he missed a few weeks with a hamstring injury, the team said he'd be ready for Week 1 and this puts him right on track. Quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Danny Woodhead also returned to Ravens practice today. Perriman will be the number three behind Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace in Baltimore, but he still might provide some good fantasy value this season. He's a potential matchup nightmare, with Maclin and Wallace taking a lot of attention away from him.
Breshad Perriman is expected to be ready for Week 1.
The third-year receiver has been dealing with a hamstring injury that's kept him out for a few weeks, but Ravens head coach John Harbaugh expects him to be good to go for Week 1. Perriman will likely be the number three receiver behind Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace, so he probably won't offer enough consistency to be in fantasy lineups. He does have a ton of potential though and was talked about as being unguardable until he got injured. Perriman should be rostered in all dynasty leagues, and he's OK for a bench spot in standard leagues.
Breshad Perriman is still out with a hamstring injury.
Perriman has missed about two weeks of practice with what they are calling a "hamstring pull." Head coach John Harbaugh said his third-year receiver is "on schedule" and would not rule him out for the preseason. Perriman was seen as a potential big-time breakout player this season, but it's unfortunate to see him dealing with injuries and unable to be on the field. Hamstring injuries are typically preventable, so hopefully Perriman starts hydrating and taking preventive steps to help him get past sustaining these type of injuries. Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace are the clear top two receivers in Baltimore right now.
Many of the Ravens starters will not play in tonight's first preseason game.
Breshad Perriman is dealing with a leg/hamstring injury and has missed over a week of practice, so he's obviously out for the game. But Jeremy Maclin, Mike Wallace, Danny Woodhead, and Benjamin Watson are also not playing in the game. The Ravens have suffered enough injuries already, so it's not surprising to hear this.
Ravens receiver Breshad Perriman left practice after a leg tweak.
Perriman pulled up on a route and "appeared to tweak something in his right leg," according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun. Zrebiec did also add it looks relatively minor, so hopefully Perriman can get back on the field soon.
Joe Flacco said it was "it's exciting to see" Breshad Perriman healthy this offseason.
Flacco said "you can just see the confidence in [Perriman's] eyes," and that he's back at the level he was when he came in healthy as a rookie and was "running by people." Perriman says his chemistry with Flacco is in a good spot and continues to improve as he tries to run good routes so his quarterback can trust him. With the addition of Jeremy Maclin, Perriman is now the team's number three receiver; but if he steps up it would be great for Flacco and the entire Ravens offense. Perriman is one of the keys to Baltimore's success this season, but he might not be a good fantasy option as long as he's behind Mike Wallace and Jeremy Maclin for targets.
Ravens receiver Mike Wallace says Breshad Perriman is "going to surprise a lot of people" and "be one of the top receivers in the league this year."
There's been a lot of hype for Perriman so far. Tight end Dennis Pitta already said no one is having a better OTA than Perriman, who's catching everything. Perriman is supremely talented with a great blend of size and speed. We could be looking at a big third-year breakout.
Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta says "nobody is making more plays" so far than receiver Breshad Perriman.
Perriman battled injuries through his first two seasons, and this is really his first full offseason where he's healthy. The Ravens are looking for receivers to step up with Steve Smith Sr. retired and Kamar Aiken leaving in free agency, so the opportunity is there for Perriman. The former first round pick is a talented player with great size and speed, so we may be looking at a breakout this year. Perriman is very much worth a late round pick in 2017 fantasy drafts.
Breshad Perriman is "expecting a huge year" from himself.
Steve Smith Sr. has retired and Kamar Aiken signed with the Colts, meaning Perriman has a chance to step up as a full-time starter. Perriman says he feels "it is going to come together" for him this season, and he feels more free. With a clear mind and prime opportunity, Perriman could be loking at a breakout 2017.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that he really thinks Breshad Perriman "can be a top flight receiver in this league."
Perriman has battled injuries in his first two seasons, but he has a ton of talent and blazed a sub-4.3 40 yard dash at over 6'2" and over 200 lbs. With Steve Smith (retirement) gone, Perriman has a chance to really break out in his third season.
Breshad Perriman caught four passes for 62 yards in Sunday's season finale.
Perriman has made some plays down the stretch, and will finish his sophomore season on a high note after being injured and missing his entire rookie campaign. Perriman had 33 catches for 499 yards and three touchdowns this year, but he could see an expanded role with Steve Smith retiring after Sunday's game. If he is a starter, Perriman will be a popular breakout pick in 2017.
Breshad Perriman had three catches for 32 yards in Sunday's loss.
Perriman hasn't emerged this season after missing his rookie year, but if Steve Smith Sr. truly does retire, the former first-round pick should be a starter in 2017. Perriman isn't a fantasy option for the season finale next Sunday.
Breshad Perriman caught three-of-four targets for 52 yards in Week 14.
He had a long of 47 late in the game when he ran by rookie corner Cyrus Jones. Perriman has been productive for the Ravens, but isn't a great fantasy option this year.
Breshad Perriman scores 53-yard touchdown.
Perriman had two catches for 59 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins. The touchdown was on a drag route that he caught and zoomed right through the defense. Perriman isn't a great fantasy option as he's the third option at best in the Ravens passing game, despite a touchdown in three of his last four games.
Perriman catches touchdown in Sunday's win over Cincinnati.
It was his only catch of the day and it went for 14 yards. The second-year receiver can stay on the waiver wire, as he's behind Steve Smith, Mike Wallace, and Kamar Aiken for targets.
Perriman catches touchdown in 28-7 TNF victory.
The second-year wideout caught a 27-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter, which wasn't actually a catch, but the play stood. He finished with 3 catches for 64 yards and 1 touchdown. It was actually Perriman's first career touchdown catch, and his first game over 50 receiving yards after missing his rookie year with a leg injury. With Mike Wallace and Steve Smith clearly ahead of him, the former first round pick can stay on the waiver wire.