Breshad Perriman Gives Fans Reason To Watch Final Preseason Game
Breshad Perriman is by far the most interesting story line heading into Thursday’s final preseason game:
I have to be honest, it will be tempting to tune into Vanderbilt vs. South Carolina get their college football seasons under way instead of the fourth preseason game. Of all the preseason games, the fourth is the one that serves very little purpose.
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At this point the roster spots are all but earned. If you need one last game against fourth string players, you probably weren’t making the team any way. After the final preseason game the Ravens have to cut down the 75 man rosters to 53. This means a good number of the athletes on display, are only playing to get the team through that game. College Football is wildly more entertaining than the fourth preseason game.
Breshad Perriman is the one reason the Ravens faithful really has to watch this game. According to reports, Perriman will make his Ravens debut in the meaningless exhibition game. The Ravens have been waiting to see their 2015 first round pick for what seems like forever.
When Perriman was drafted there was a real buzz about the possibilities. He was a receiver that really did merit a first round selection. We’re talking about a speedy receiver with the ability to go get the football. When Perriman was at UCF, he blew past more defensive back than you can count.
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Now, we have no clue what to expect from Perriman. It has been so long since he has played in a game. I know one thing, he’ll be the only first round pick on the field Thursday night. At the end of the day, Perriman is the one good reason to watch the Ravens battle the New Orleans Saints back ups.