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Breshad Perriman's learning curve has been longer than Ravens hoped

Breshad Perriman's learning curve has been longer than Ravens hoped

Breshad Perriman sat slouched in front of his locker at MetLife Stadium, a hood and winter hat covering part of his face. Ravens wide receiver Kamar Aiken offered a few reassuring words to Perriman before he headed to the shower. Mike Wallace then spent about five minutes talking to the young receiver, the veteran's arm at times resting on Perriman's shoulder.

"That's my little brother," Wallace said. "I'm going to always talk to him regardless of whether we have a rough day, regardless of what's the situation, because he'll do the same for me. It's bigger than football at the end of the day, so you just want to make sure he's OK and he's good...

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