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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman (hamstring) still not practicing. What It Means: Perriman left practice on August 1 with what was later diagnosed as a Grade 2 hamstring strain, and the 23-year-old is still not back on the field. Ravens' head coach John Harbaugh did say on Tuesday that Perriman could still be back in time to see some preseason action though. He sits behind Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace on the Ravens' wide receiver depth chart. numberFire's models project Perriman to turn 85.2 targets into 41.2 receptions, 525.5 yards and 2.5 touchdowns, making...
Aug 22, 2017
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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace made his preseason debut on Thursday and grabbed 2 receptions for 33 yards on 2 targets. What It Means: Wallace sat out Week 1 of the preseason, but he was in the game enough in Week 2 to grab both the balls that came his way from Ryan Mallett. While Joe Flacco has yet to play in the preseason, Wallace thinks the offense will be fine once Flacco and other key players on the offensive line return to game action. Our models project Wallace for 63.2 catches, 826.8 receiving yards, and 4.3 touchdowns. He is numberFire's 45th-ranked...
numberFire Aug 22, 2017

Ravens' Mike Wallace grabs a pair of catches in preseason debut

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace made his preseason debut on Thursday and grabbed 2 receptions for 33 yards on 2 targets. What It Means: Wallace sat out Week 1 of the preseason, but he was in the game enough in Week 2 to grab both the balls that came his way from Ryan Mallett. While Joe Flacco has yet to play in the preseason, Wallace thinks the offense will be fine once Flacco and other key players on the offensive line return to game action. Our models project Wallace for 63.2 catches, 826.8 receiving yards, and 4.3 touchdowns. He is numberFire's 45th-ranked...
CSN MidAtlantic Aug 21, 2017
ICYMI: Mike Wallace identifies Joe Flacco as the Ravens ‘weapon X’

ICYMI: Mike Wallace identifies Joe Flacco as the Ravens ‘weapon X’

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace is excited about franchise quarterback Joe Flaccos expected return:Top-secret, baby! Top-secret. We cant give you
Baltimore Beatdown Aug 17, 2017
Three predictions for Ravens preseason week 2 game against the Miami Dolphins

Three predictions for Ravens preseason week 2 game against the Miami Dolphins

With the Ravens second preseason contest set for Thursday night at 7:00 pm ET in Miami against the Dolphins, here are three predictions for the game. 1. Ryan Mallett shines with the first-team offense Yes, I predicted last week that Mallett would shine against the Redskins in his preseason debut. Obviously, he did the opposite. However, I am doubling down on my prediction and putting my faith, once again, in Mallett. With Joe Flacco out for the preseason, Mallett will have to step up and prove he is a serviceable backup. With Jeremy Maclin, Benjamin Watson and Mike Wallace all likely to...
Baltimore Beatdown Aug 2, 2017
Ravens Nest: Mike Wallace has emerged as a leader

Ravens Nest: Mike Wallace has emerged as a leader

Ravens news and links for 8/2/17 Let’s jump right to the Ravens news and links... Mike Preston: Wallace leading the way for Ravens' receiving corps - The Baltimore Sun He looks fresher than he did a year ago at this time. And he could put up better numbers than he did in 2016 when he finished with 72 receptions for 1,017 yards and four touchdowns. The 72 catches were one below his career high of 73 with the Miami Dolphins in 2013. “When guys are motivated like that, those are the guys you want to see – the guys that are older, but they still have that drive, and he’s got that,”...
Baltimore Beatdown Jul 30, 2017
Baltimore’s Receiving Trio Expects to be League’s Best

Baltimore’s Receiving Trio Expects to be League’s Best

The Baltimore Ravens’ top three wide receivers have high hopes for the 2017 season. Mike Wallace, Jeremy Maclin and Breshad Perriman are an explosive group of receivers. They also have high expectations for themselves this season. “We expect to be the best in the league,” Wallace said Wednesday, per the team's website. “People look over us, but we don’t care. … We expect to have three 1,000-yard [receivers] if we can.” Wallace finished the 2016 season with 72 catches, 1,017 yards and four touchdowns, his most productive season since 2011. In 2011, Wallace made the Pro Bowl...

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