Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman has a partially torn ACL in his left knee, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Perriman will visit orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Andrews on Monday to determine if he needs season-ending knee surgery, according to the report. The Ravens selected the receiver with the No. 26 overall pick in last year’s draft, but Perriman has yet to play a game in the NFL.
Perriman missed all of last season after tearing the PCL in his right knee. Perriman sprained his PCL during the first day of last season’s training camp, then re-injured the knee during a pregame warmup.
Perriman was expected to provide the youth to the Ravens’ receiving group, which includes veterans such as Dennis Pitta, Steve Smith and Mike Wallace. Smith, 37, is also attempting a comeback from a major injury, having missed most of last season after tearing his Achilles.