The Baltimore Ravens have had a terrible start to the 2015 NFL season and it does not look like getting any better.
The Ravens have opened the 2015 Campaign with three straight losses, going down to the Denver Broncos, Cincinnati Bengals and the Oakland Raiders, with the latter of those defeats being the hardest to stomach.
And when it rains, it pours for Baltimore with exciting first round pick Breshad Perriman suffering another injury during his rookie season.
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According to a report from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Ravens wide receiver aggravated his knee injury before last weekend’s game, and is out indefinitely after having arthroscopic surgery this week.
Rapoport added that Perriman reinjured his PCL and that Dr. James Andrews did the surgery. Earlier this week, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters he was unaware of the former UCF star having a setback.
Perriman was a first-round pick last spring but was injured early in training camp and, though he was cleared for a limited return to the field in late August, he didn’t play in the preseason and is awaiting his NFL debut.
Though Steve Smith Sr. has more than 300 receiving yards over the last two weeks, the 0-3 Ravens are still looking for playmakers to complement him.
Hopefully, Perriman can make a full return from this injury and finally show everyone the natural talents and potential he possesses.