Browns HC Gregg Williams takes “a lot of pride” in Breshad Perriman’s development and recent success
The Cleveland Browns wide receiver Breshad Perriman has had a very rough time in the NFL. Not only has he had a tough time staying healthy, but he was released by the Baltimore Ravens after only starting four games for them across three seasons. Perriman got a second chance with the Browns and appears to be fitting very well amongst the talent in Cleveland’s offense.
Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk reported Browns head coach Gregg Williams praise for Perriman and that he takes “a lot of pride” in how he has developed into the player he is today.
“He gets the credit for understanding to come in here to interview correctly. He works so hard. It brings a smile to my face, you ask me another question about him because if you would have seen how he practiced today, he shifted gears a few times out there at practice when other people maybe not have gone as fast or as hard as he did. It caused people to kind of open wide eyes by look how hard he is working today. That goes a long way. Now, when your number gets called in the ballgame and you produce when your number gets called, everybody likes you even better and you do even more. His teammates have accepted that, too.”
Perriman has 13 receptions, 295 yards, and one touchdown across nine games for the Browns, and he has started in two of those games. The future appears to be bright for Perriman if he can remain healthy.