Perriman posted a photo on his Twitter account, showing that he shaved his head and is sporting a bald look.
— Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) July 21, 2016
Perriman can only hope the different hairstyle will bring better luck. He has suffered a knee injury in each of his first two NFL seasons. A sprained right knee sidelined him for his entire rookie season, and a partially torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee last month will cause him to miss the start of training camp.
The hardest part about being injured is being patient.
— Breshad Perriman (@B_Perriman11) July 19, 2016
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said in June that the knee needs treatment and that Perriman "should be back at some point during training camp, and will certainly be ready for the regular season."