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Baltimore Ravens WR Breshad Perriman feels great

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Finally, Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman is healthy and Ravens nation can finally relax. Perriman, a first round selection by the Ravens during the 2015 NFL Draft, has had a rough start to his NFL career when he suffered an MCL sprain during the first day of training camp last year and never returned to the field in major capacity during the 2015 season.

Each day, each week, and each month it felt like there was a secret service agent protecting Perriman because nobody outside of the Ravens organization knew what was exactly wrong with him in 2015. The Ravens at one point were not sure either and Perriman was eventually sent to injured reserve. But now, Perriman is healthy and he can put all of that behind him.

Some have suggested with Perriman healthy, it would feel like the Ravens have two first round picks since he never played last season and rookie offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley is in the fold. On paper, the Ravens are loaded. But as we all know the Ravens offense not only is that easier said, but the unit has to play to its talent level once and for all.