Breshad Perriman’s time off the Baltimore Ravens’ injury report was short lived.
Baltimore’s 2015 first-round pick had an injury setback and is dealing with a “minor calf issue,” ESPN reported.
Perriman didn’t take part in practice on Wednesday for the Ravens.
There’s no update to whether Perriman’s calf will keep him out of Thursday’s practice and, more importantly, against the Browns Sunday. The widout’s injury history is starting to pile up in his short time in the league.
The second-year receiver missed all of last season due to a knee injury. He also had knee problems during the offseason that caused him to miss significant action until Baltimore’s final preseason contest.
In his first regular season game, Perriman had a brief-but-important impact. The wide receiver had one of the best catches of the week in the team’s opener against the Buffalo Bills, hauling in a 35-yard reception that played a pivotal role in the Ravens’ 13-7 Week 1 win. Albeit his lone catch, it was an important one.
Perriman wasn’t the only one sitting out Wednesday’s practice, as the Ravens were without three starters.
Center Jeremy Zuttah, linebacker Elvis Dumervil and linebacker C.J. Mosley all didn’t practice. Zuttah and Mosley are expected to play on Sunday. Dumervill (foot), who hasn’t practiced since Aug. 29, won’t be available versus the Browns.