I am by no means panicking about Breshad Perriman’s injury. Missing a couple weeks is not catastrophic, so I would err on the side of caution if I were the Ravens too.

That said, you can’t help but worry that it will hinder his development. Training camp for a rookie wide receiver isn’t just time to get in shape; it’s when you learn the offense, develop chemistry and understand how different defense is in the NFL.

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The Ravens have the most inexperienced wide receiver/tight end crew in the game.

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After Steve Smith, we have no idea who is going to catch the football from those positions. Perriman figured to be crucial to the downfield passing game. They need him to produce considering they only have one tight end that has ever caught a pass in the NFL and a bunch a receivers that haven’t caught many more. I am okay with Aiken, Brown, and Campanaro being in the mix, but I want Perriman to be THE guy.

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For that to happen, he needs to get some reps… soon.