New Buccaneers WR Breshad Perriman Sidelined with Shoulder Injury

Published: May 29th, 2019
By Buccaneers Gab

Buccaneers wide receiver Breshad Perriman has been sidelined at OTAs with a shoulder injury according to Greg Auman of The Athletic.

The injury reportedly happened about two weeks ago and Perriman has been out ever since. The good news is that Perriman has not been seen wearing a sling and has still been in attendance at OTAs despite being unable to participate.

Originally the No.26-overall pick in the 2015 draft by the Baltimore Ravens out of UCF in 2015, Perriman’s career in Baltimore was derailed by numerous injuries and frequent drops.

His tenuous NFL career finally clicked under Freddie Kitchens in Cleveland last season as he closed out the team’s final eight games with a total 15/334/2 receiving line and he parlayed that success into a one-year, $4 million contract to join the Bucs in March.

Still only 25 years old, it is far too early to give up on the speedy Perriman and he is tentatively penciled in as the No.3 wideout for the Bucs in 2019 behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. He should be a great fit in Bruce Arians’ offense but has to get and stay healthy as he is missing some valuable reps.

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