Perriman was held without a catch on four targets in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Browns. Only 12 of Joe Flacco's 34 pass attempts were directed to wide receivers, with Jeremy Maclin accounting for five and Mike Wallace drawing three. Perriman has caught just one of eight targets for five yards through two games, and while he seemingly has a long leash in his role as the No. 3 receiver, he's done nothing to make a case for more opportunities. He dropped one pass in Sunday's game and appeared to run the wrong route on another incompletion.
Perriman was targeted four times Sunday against the Bengals, finishing the day with one reception for five yards. Perriman tied Jeremy Maclin for the team lead in targets on a day where Baltimore threw just 17 times. However, unlike Maclin, Perriman was unable to take advantage of his opportunities as he caught just one of four passes thrown his way for a minimal gain. Still, the fact that Perriman tied for the team lead in targets is a silver lining on an otherwise underwhelming outing. He figures to start seeing a higher target volume as quarterback Joe Flacco rounds into regular season form.
Perriman (hamstring) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports. While Perriman's absence during training camp and the preseason prevented him from challenging Jeremy Maclin or Mike Wallace for top-two slotting on the depth chart, the 2015 first-round pick is still locked in as the No. 3 receiver in an offense that figures to make heavy use of three-wide sets. The Ravens don't have a traditional fullback on the roster and list Perriman as a starter on the Week 1 depth chart.
Perriman (hamstring) is confident he'll be ready for Week 1 in Cincinnati, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Perriman practiced Saturday for the first time since Aug. 1, and while he admits he's a bit rusty and needs to get back into game shape, he's nonetheless expecting to take the field Week 1. The 2015 first-round pick is locked in as Baltimore's No. 3 wideout behind Jeremy Maclin and Mike Wallace.
Perriman (hamstring) returned to practice Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Tuesday that he expects Perriman to be ready for Week 1 in Cincinnati, even though the third-year wideout hasn't practiced since Aug. 1. Perriman is still locked in as the No. 3 wideout, but it's concerning that he essentially missed all of training camp for the third time in three professional seasons. Joe Flacco (back) and Danny Woodhead (hamstring) also returned to practice Saturday.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|11||11/19||@Green Bay Packers||16||17.00|
|3 Year Avg||33||16||250||2||10||15.62||37|