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Ravens WR Breshad Perriman Suffers Partially Torn ACL, Expected To Undergo Surgery

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Ravens second-year WR Breshad Perriman suffered a partially torn ACL in his left knee.

  • Perriman will get a second opinion on Monday when he visits with Dr. James Andrews to determine if he needs potential season-ending surgery. The plan for now is to scope Perriman’s knee before deciding to repair or reconstruct, per Rapoport.
  • According to Ian Rapoport, Perriman injured his knee on a back-shoulder fade — non-contact.
  • Rapoport adds that Perriman will obviously miss time, but it will come down the procedure he undergoes. There isn’t a lot of hope right now, but there’s at some.

This is terrible news for Perrisman, who sustained a partially torn PCL in his right knee last year that cost him his rookie season.

The Ravens bolstered their receiver depth by signing Mike Wallace in free agency. As of now, Steve Smith, Wallace and Kamar Aiken appear to be in line to be their top-three receivers in 2016.

Perriman, 22, was taken with the No. 26 overall pick last year and is currently in the second year of his four-year, $8.705 million rookie contract that includes $7.09 million guaranteed. He’ll make a base salary of $830,697 for the 2016 season.

We’ll have more regarding Perriman and his status as the news is available.

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