Breshad Perriman (2015):
My, my, my… the selection of Breshad Perriman looked like a bad pick at the time and it turned out to be even worse as the years progressed.
Perriman missed the entirety of his rookie season with a PCL injury. This was a major bummer, as the Ravens were relying on him to fill the spot vacated by Torrey Smith. Perriman was supposed to be Baltimore’s deep threat that stretched out defenses and kept them honest. Instead, the team had to wait a year to see what he could do.
Now seemingly healthy, Perriman teamed up with Steve Smith and Mike Wallace to give the Ravens what they believed would be a dynamic trio out wide. Perriman performed admirably, catching 33 passes for 499-yards and three touchdowns. That’s solid for a team’s third receiver, but Perriman was expected to be the Ravens no.1 guy after being a first-round pick.
Breshad Perriman was off the roster following the 2017 season. While he found mild success with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019, Perriman was an utter disappointment with the Baltimore Ravens. Perriman, like Matt Elam, is perhaps the biggest offensive bust in the franchise’s history.