The Baltimore Ravens are looking to improve as they head in to the 2015 NFL season.
The Ravens will have to ensure that they make it out of what will be a hotly-contested AFC North this year, with the Steelers and Bengals both looking strong and ready to take the division by storm.
Baltimore thought they had given themselves an extra advantage when they drafted explosive wide receiver Breshad Perriman in the first round. However, things have not gone to plan for the Ravens.
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Perriman has spent most of the pre-season injured and hasn't been able to take to the field and learn the Ravens offense. And Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh is not happy about it at all.
“[Perriman] will be back sometime here in training camp, hopefully soon,” Harbaugh said, according to a report from the team’s official website.
“I hate that he’s missing it, hate that he’s not out here. I have a knot in the pit of my stomach in some ways about it."
It wasn't all depressing for the Ravens though, with Harbaugh saying that he knows things will turn out all right in the end and that is was out of his hands.
"In other ways, I know it’s all out of our control, and I’ll put it in God’s hands and let him take care of it. To me, that’s the best strategy, right there.”
Perriman missed his 12th straight pre-season practice on Monday morning. He injured his knee during the Ravens’ first full training camp practice on July 30 and has been out ever since despite the initial prognosis only being a few days out.