Breshad Perriman Returns To Practice, Says He Feels Good


Breshad Perriman's absence from Wednesday's practice sent some concerns throughout Baltimore given the wide receiver's injury history.

But Perriman wasn't out for long with his calf issue, as he returned to the practice field Thursday morning.

"I'm feeling good, real good," Perriman said after practice. "I can't complain at all."

The second-year receiver didn't show any hesitation running routes during the portion of practice open to the media. He was one of the last players off the field after practice, spending about an extra 30 minutes on the JUGS machine catching passes.

When asked if he expects to play against Cleveland Sunday, Perriman said, "I think I'll be fine."

He didn't provide any details about the nature of the injury or the severity of it.

"I can't really talk about injuries," he said.

Perriman had a strong debut last week against the Bills, hauling in a contested 35-yard catch on the first pass thrown to him. It was the first regular-season game of his career, and the Ravens eased him into action with a limited workload.

Perriman played 21 snaps in the opener, and he feels like his role could grow in the coming weeks.

"I expect a bigger workload. I have no doubt in my mind that I can," he said. "Just being out there last week just gave me that sense and that feeling of how things are going to be from here on out."

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