The Washington Redskins needed help at wide receiver and took a couple steps Monday to bolster the group.
Perriman entered the league in 2015 as a first-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens, but could never put it together after spending his rookie campaign on injured reserve. In the past two seasons, he totaled 43 catches for 576 yards and three touchdowns in 27 games before being released on Sept. 1 as part of the team's personnel moves to establish the initial 53-player roster for the 2018 regular season.
Floyd joins the Redskins after an abbreviated preseason stint with the New Orleans Saints. He played with the Minnesota Vikings last season and was part of the New England Patriots Super Bowl-winning team the season before. Floyd signed with the Redskins after working out for the team, Rapoport reported.