Breshad Perriman is again in search of work.
Known as a blazing-fast target, Perriman never sniffed the expectations set for him as a first-round selection of the Ravens, catching just 43 passes for 576 yards and three touchdowns while struggling with drops during his three seasons in Baltimore. He missed his entire rookie season due to a knee injury, landing on injured reserve in November of 2015.
Perriman was cut by the Ravens at the end of the 2018 preseason in a move that wasn't too surprising, considering GM Ozzie Newsome publicly put the pressure on him in March during the NFL Scouting Combine.
Elsewhere in Saturday transactional news:
- The San Francisco 49ers promoted defensive back Tyvis Powell from the practice squad and released linebacker Terence Garvin, the team announced.