The Baltimore Ravens got some good news regarding the fate of their young receiver Breshad Perriman Tuesday.
After the news recently broke that Perriman may have torn the ACL in his left knee, a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews revealed that this was not the case. Instead, Perriman’s ACL was "deemed stable," and only a stem cell injection would be required. A source close to ESPN’s Adam Schefter said that Perriman, "will be fine for the season."
Ravens' WR Breshad Perriman does not have a torn ACL and "will be fine for the season", per source. Received stem-cell injection today.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 14, 2016
Ravens' WR Breshad Perriman did undergo arthroscopic surgery today and his ACL was deemed stable. Expected to be ready for regular season.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 14, 2016
The news comes as a welcome surprise to the Ravens organization, fan base, and most of all to Perriman. It looks like the young talent will finally get a chance to showcase his skills, starting with the 2016 season.