The Buffalo Bills will take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, and the Ravens will likely be without one of their wide receivers.
Breshard Perriman, a first round pick of the Ravens in 2015, suffered a partially torn ACL on the last day of OTAs.
There's a chance that Perriman misses the entire 2016 season. If this is the case, it'll be the second consecutive year that Perriman has not played a snap with the Ravens. Perriman suffered a torn PCL in 2015.
Without Perriman, the Ravens' top three receivers will likely be Steve Smith, Mike Wallace, and Kamar Aiken. Smith, 37, will be returning from a torn Achilles' and Wallace will be playing his first season with the Ravens. The 29 year old is coming off of a season where he had career lows in receptions (39), yards (473), and touchdowns (2) with the Vikings. Aiken, 27, is coming off his best season in the NFL. In 2015, the receiver caught 75 passes for 944 yards and five touchdowns.
Perriman's injury could open the door for rookie Chris Moore to see more playing time as a rookie.