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Baltimore Beatdown Aug 15, 2017
Harbaugh on Perriman injury, “Nothing’s changed with Breshad,”

Harbaugh on Perriman injury, “Nothing’s changed with Breshad,”

The last podium appearance by Head Coach John Harbaugh was a few days ago. He received a day off on Sunday; the Ravens three coordinators spoke to the media on Monday. Today, Harbaugh returned to nearly nine minutes of questioning from the media, two of which pertain to a certain star wideout, Breshad Perriman. Ed Lee of The Baltimore Sun asked, “You mentioned Breshad, is there an update?” “Nothing’s changed with Breshad,” Harbaugh said. “He’s a long-term hamstring guy, in terms of from when he did it.” “He’s making progress,” Harbaugh continued. “Everything is on...
Baltimore Beatdown Aug 15, 2017
Opinion: A dominant defense can still lead the Ravens to the playoffs if the cornerbacks remain healthy

Opinion: A dominant defense can still lead the Ravens to the playoffs if the cornerbacks remain healthy

A litany of unfortunate injuries to key Baltimore Ravens personnel has cast significant doubt on the team’s ability to improve upon their 17th ranked offense from last season. Several promising young players, including Kenneth Dixon, Crockett Gillmore, Alex Lewis and Nico Siragusa have suffered season ending injuries. Hopefully minor injuries to Joe Flacco, Breshad Perriman and most recently Ronnie Stanley have forced them to miss valuable practice time, further harming the offense’s chances of building chemistry before the regular season begins. Nonetheless, the Ravens have the makings...
numberFire Aug 15, 2017

Ravens' Breshad Perriman has a Grade 2 hamstring strain

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman has a "Grade 2 hamstring strain," according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun. What It Means: Perriman has already been out over the last two weeks and he may need a few more before he is ready to get back on the field. With Mike Wallace and Jeremy Maclin entrenched as the Ravens' starting receivers, Perriman will have to make due with being third in line in the pecking order once healthy. Our models project Perriman for 525 receiving yards on 41 catches and 2.52 touchdowns through the air. He sits as numberFire's 72nd ranked...

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