Ravens WR Breshad Perriman (PCL) running at early workouts

ESPN - [Full Article]

Wide receiver Breshad Perriman participated in running drills for the Baltimore Ravens on Monday, which was the biggest news of the first day of the team's offseason conditioning program.

The workout session was closed to the media, but the Ravens released video and photos that showed Perriman in full stride running alongside safety Terrence Brooks, cornerback Sheldon Price and safety Matt Elam.

Perriman, Baltimore's first-round pick a year ago, is the Ravens player who has the most to prove this offseason. He didn't play a snap in the regular season because of a sprained posterior cruciate ligament.

Fantasy Impact: 

Due to the opportunity in the Ravens' receiving corps, Perriman looked like a nice sleeper prior to his injury. Since then, the Ravens signed Mike Wallace, while Steve L Smith is back and Kamar Aiken emerged as a viable WR2, so Perriman is not guaranteed starter's snaps even though he brings speed and size to the receiving corps.

Filed Under: 2016, Preseason

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