As training camp approaches, however, the rookie has his eye on taking over the starting gig.
"It's a goal of mine, but at the same time, it's not really on my mind," Perriman said after minicamp, via the Baltimore Sun. "I'm just really trying to focus on getting better every day, just going out there, take it day by day and see how it plays out.
"I just take it day by day, try to not think about the starting job or anything like that, because I feel like I'd get thrown off track."
One issue Perriman is sorting through as he sets his sight on a starting spot is drops -- he had eight in his final college season.
"I really just talk to myself," Perriman said. "It's really all mental. I talk to myself, tell myself the things that I need to do to complete those passes and just try to step it up a notch more."
When training camp opens later this month, the 6-foot-2 rookie wideout with 4.22 speed will be given every opportunity to show the drops are behind him and he's ready to win a starting job.