Ravens WR Perriman expected to be ready for training camp
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) Ravens receiver Breshad Perriman is expected to participate in training camp this summer after arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday revealed no significant damage to his ACL.
It's a rare piece of good news for Perriman, who missed all of last season with a right knee injury after being selected 26th overall out of Central Florida by Baltimore in the 2015 draft. That injury occurred on the first day of training camp, and he was placed on injured reserve after having surgery in October to repair a partially torn posterior cruciate ligament.
Perriman was running at full speed last week before hurting his knee last week during an offseason training activity session. The injury, as it turned out, was not serious.
Coach John Harbaugh says, ''Many, many strong prayers were answered on that'' and he expect Perriman to ''certainly be ready for the regular season.''
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