Breshad Perriman’s disastrous 2017 season has hit a new low. The 2015 first-round pick is a healthy scratch for the Ravens’ key game Sunday against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Perriman’s demotion comes after he spent much of the practice week working with the scout team.
He missed one game earlier this season with a concussion and he was sidelined for his entire rookie year in 2015 with a knee injury. However, this marks the first time in his three-year career where he was a healthy inactive.
The Ravens opted to keep four receivers in the lineup: Mike Wallace, Jeremy Maclin,...