Former NFL receiver Brett Perriman, the father of the Ravens' 2015 first-round wide receiver Breshad Perriman, is on life support in a Miami-area hospital, according to several reports.
Jason Cole, an NFL reporter for Bleacher Report, wrote that Brett Perriman suffered a brain aneurysm.
Breshad Perriman addressed his father's hospitalization on Twitter both last night and today.
"Prayers up for my pops!," he wrote Tuesday night. "He's the real definition of hard body so I know he will be walking out the hospital like nothing happen very soon."
Today, Breshad Perriman wrote, "Just a matter of time, me and my Ol boy will be leaving the hospital together. #faithandprayer."
After a standout career at the University of Miami, Brett Perriman was drafted by the New Orleans Saints in 1988. He played 10 NFL seasons for four teams. He had 525 career catches for 6,589 yards and 30 touchdowns.
Breshad Perriman missed his entire rookie season because of a knee injury. He has been participating in the team's workout program. However, it's already been a difficult offseason for him as his closest friend on the team, Tray Walker, died in a motorcycle accident in March.