Perriman has been less consistent than Tyrell Williams in spring practices, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
While it's too early in the offseason to come to hard conclusions, Perriman seems no higher than No. 2 on the depth chart entering training camp. A few young receivers on the depth chart below him, namely fourth-round rookie Amon-Ra St. Brown and the second-year Quintez Cephus, seem to be making a push for higher slotting as well. However, at 6-foot-2 with blazing 4.24 speed, Perriman certainly has physical tools that no other wideout on the team, besides Williams, can approach. Should Perriman stay healthy this summer, it would be a surprise if he fell any lower on the depth chart.
The Lions and Perriman agreed to a one-year, $3 million contract Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Like father, like son. Upon joining the fifth team of his career, Perriman will move on to Detroit, where his father Brett spent most of his 10-year career. The younger Perriman has found life as a deep threat the past three seasons, ripping off 18.2 YPC and 11 touchdowns on his 82 receptions. There's a clear opening in the Lions' passing attack with all of Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola moving on, so Perriman should be a regular target of Jared Goff in 2021.
Perriman caught three of six targets for 84 yards in Sunday's season-ending 28-14 loss to New England.
Perriman suited up in 12 games after signing a one-year deal with New York, catching 30 balls for 505 yards and three touchdowns. His best stretch came when gun-slinging backup Joe Flacco took over under center, as starter Sam Darnold failed to push the ball downfield to the speedster with any consistency. Perriman's fantasy outlook next season will be determined by where he ends up in free agency, as he needs a strong-armed quarterback to maximize his skill set, which consists primarily of catching deep balls.
Perriman caught none of his six targets and rushed once for six yards in Sunday's 23-16 win over Cleveland.
Perriman dropped what would have been a chunk gain down the sideline on the opening drive and failed to come down with either of his other two first-half targets. He finally got the ball in his hands on an end-around early in the third quarter but had a would-be long touchdown go through his hands later in the quarter and ended up without a reception all afternoon. With just one catch over his last two games and five catches in the past four contests, Perriman's trending in the wrong direction ahead of next week's season finale against the stingy New England secondary.
Perriman caught his lone target for 21 yards in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Rams.
New York shockingly played from ahead throughout the game, so the offense was able to settle into a rhythm consisting of runs and safe, short throws rather than downfield shots to Perriman. Assuming the Jets are unable to carry over the momentum from their first win of the season into a Week 16 matchup with the likely playoff-bound Browns, Perriman should get more opportunities to stretch the field against the mistake-prone Cleveland secondary.
Perriman (shoulder) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
After being limited in the Jets' first Week 15 practice Wednesday, Perriman's upgrade to full activity clears the way for him to play Sunday against the Rams. Meanwhile, Jamison Crowder (calves) returned to practice as a limited participant Thursday, and Denzel Mims (personal) rejoined the team Wednesday, leaving the Jets poised to have their top three receivers all available in the same game for one of the few times this season.
Perriman (shoulder) will be a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Limited sessions on Wednesday have become the weekly norm for Perriman while he manages the shoulder issue, but he's expected to be ready to go in advance of Sunday's game against the Rams. With Denzel Mims (personal) slated to practice Wednesday and Jamison Crowder (calf) expected back on the field Thursday, the Jets could have all three of their top wide receivers available for Week 15.
Perriman caught three of six targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 40-3 loss to the Seahawks.
He led the Jets in targets and tied Braxton Berrios for the team lead in receptions, but Perriman failed to do much with his opportunities. The 27-year-old wideout has managed only an 8-127-0 line on 18 targets over the last three games, giving him little momentum heading into Week 15's road matchup with the Rams.
Perriman (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Seahawks after practicing fully Friday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Perriman continued his pattern from recent weeks, starting the week in limited fashion before ramping up to full activity Friday. He caught just one pass for 22 yards last week after totaling 11 catches for 234 yards and three touchdowns over the previous three games, but he's in prime position to bounce back against the league-worst Seattle pass defense. With Denzel Mims (personal) out and Jamison Crowder (calf) questionable, Perriman likely will be the top option in the Jets' passing game.
Perriman (shoulder) will remain limited at practice Thursday, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports.
Over the last few weeks, Perriman has been limited both Wednesday and Thursday, before practicing fully Friday. Look for that pattern to occur once again in Week 14. If it it does, Perriman should approach Sunday's game against the Seahawks minus an injury designation and would be set to head the team's wideout corps this weekend along with Jamison Crowder, as Denzel Mims (personal) will be unavailable for the contest.
Perriman (shoulder) will be a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Though Perriman played 59 of the Jets' 62 offensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Raiders, he caught just one of his four targets for 22 yards. The Jets have been listing him on their injury reports with the shoulder issue for the past three weeks, but he hasn't carried a designation into any of those contests. Since he's at least on the field in some capacity to begin Week 14, Perriman looks on track to once again gain clearance ahead of the Jets' matchup with the Seahawks.
Perriman caught one of four targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Raiders.
Sam Darnold posted his first multi-score performance of the season through the air but primarily worked underneath rather than searching out Perriman downfield. New York's struggles under center give Perriman a low floor -- which he showcased in this one -- but the speedster's ceiling will be high in Week 14 against the beatable Seattle secondary.
Perriman (shoulder) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Perriman has battled this shoulder injury for most of the season, but it hasn't stopped him from playing his best football of late. The speedster should be out there without any limitations Sunday and will hope to help New York pick up its first win of the season with his big-play ability.
Perriman (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Having begun the week with back-to-back limited practices is at least an indication that Perriman should be available against the Raiders on Sunday, considering that he's regularly had a cap on his reps since injuring his shoulder mid-November. Perriman has excelled as a deep threat in recent weeks, with 234 yards and three touchdowns over his last three games. He's averaging 21.3 yards per catch over that span.
Perriman (shoulder) was limited in practice Wednesday, Ethan Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Perriman has had his practice reps capped by this shoulder injury in recent weeks, but the issue hasn't cut into his production. The speedy wideout is in the midst of his best stretch of the season, recording 234 yards and three touchdowns in his last three games.
Perriman caught four of eight targets for 79 yards in Sunday's 20-3 loss to Miami.
Perriman set up an opening-drive field goal with a 37-yard catch from returning starting quarterback Sam Darnold (shoulder), but that play represented the highlight of the afternoon for New York's league-worst offense. Still, Perriman led the team in receiving yards and tied Denzel Mims for the team lead in catches and targets. After battling some early-season injuries, Perriman has established himself as New York's top receiving option with 234 yards and three touchdowns over the past three games. He'll look to stay hot in Week 13 against a Raiders team that just got embarrassed 43-6 in Atlanta.
Perriman (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dolphins after practicing fully Friday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Over his last two games with Joe Flacco at QB, Perriman combined for seven catches on 11 targets for 155 yards and three TDs. This week, signal-caller Sam Darnold has been cleared to start, and while that switch isn't a bad thing for Perriman, his continued fantasy relevance hinges largely on his ability to find the end zone, something he didn't do in the four games prior to his recent run.
Perriman (shoulder) will be a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Ethan B. Greenberg of the Jets' official site reports.
Perriman will receive some maintenance for his lingering shoulder issue after he played all but one of the Jets' 60 offensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He delivered for fantasy managers during his time on the field, hauling in two of four targets for 54 yards and a touchdown. With no word that Perriman suffered a setback in that contest, he'll presumably be ready to play this weekend against the Dolphins so long as he upgrades to full participation in practice by Friday.
Perriman caught two of four targets for 54 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 34-28 loss to the Chargers.
Nearly all of Perriman's production came on a 49-yard touchdown catch and run in the third quarter. The score gives him three in his last two games and he has surpassed 50 receiving yards in three of his last four. Perriman has connected well with Joe Flacco in the absence of Sam Darnold (shoulder), but the latter could return next Sunday against the Dolphins, which could dampen Perriman's fantasy outlook. Considering Miami boasts a surprisingly effective defensive unit, Perriman could struggle to continue his recent success regardless of who is under center.
Perriman (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Perriman shed his injury designation with a full practice Friday after a pair of limited sessions. The offseason acquisition has battled a few different injuries this season but had his best game of the season last time out, burning New England for 101 yards and two touchdowns. Both of those touchdowns were thrown by backup Joe Flacco, who will likely be under center again with Sam Darnold (shoulder) doubtful.
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