In the middle of March through the end of the month, we will take a quick look at some of the key players for the Baltimore Ravens entering the 2016 season from where each key player stands in terms of the Ravens depth chart.
Perriman had the most disappointing year out of all the players on the Ravens roster which is no fault of his own as he dealt with a PCL sprain throughout the 2015 season which is an injury he suffered on the first day of training camp in late July in 2015. At first, many thought he is injury would heal rather quickly and the Ravens were just being cautious. But as the season went on, the absence of news about Perriman became awfully strange for a rookie first round draft pick.
Perriman should be good to go for the 2016 season with his PCL injury behind him. There are plenty of unknowns about Perriman as he will enter the 2016 season as basically a rookie. So in some ways, the Ravens could look at next season as having two- first round rookie players on the field. Perriman will certainly add an element of speed that has been lacking from this team since Torrey Smith left for the San Francisco 49ers in the 2015 offseason.
With the addition of wide receiver Mike Wallace, the Ravens now have two speedy wide receivers who can allow veteran receiver Steve Smith Sr. to run routes at the slot wide receiver position. If Perriman and Wallace can perform to the level of their capabilities in 2016, the Ravens should have a very reliable offense.