3. Breshad Perriman is who we thought he was
Breshad Perriman is who we thought he was and John Harbaugh can’t let him off the hook. There is absolutely no place on this roster for Perriman, who is essentially a waste of speed and size at the wide receiver position. Perriman has the physical ability to be good, it just hasn’t manifested. The Ravens were wrong about Perriman and it’s time to move on, despite the fact that he was a first round pick.
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Perriman had a couple of really good plays, but the first time he was targeted it didn’t go so well. Right off his hands, a ball tipped up for a Bears interception. Perriman needed to be perfect this preseason to make the team. Tim White, Jordan Lasley, Jaleel Scott, they all are vying for spots on this team. The Ravens are going to seriously consider keeping seven wide receivers and Perriman won’t be one of them.
He is not a reliable receiver, he doesn’t help on special teams, he literally gives the team nothing. Perriman is possibly the worst wide receiver in franchise history. Meanwhile the rest of the wide receivers looked decent. Tim White had two nice grabs for 20 yards. Jordan Lasley caught a 14 yard pass on a beautifully run route. Perriman cost the Ravens a possession right off the bat. A player that needed a perfect run in the preseason got off to a bad start.