New York Jets wide receiver Breshad Perriman and defensive lineman Quinnen Williams will practice on a limited basis Wednesday.
Just like that, the other shoe has dropped for Breshad Perriman.
After his breakout 101-yard, two-touchdown game against the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, the veteran wide receiver finds himself injured yet again. This time, it’s a shoulder, and it’ll limit his practice on Wednesday.
Breshad Perriman is now dealing with a shoulder injury. He and Quinnen Williams will both be limited today at practice. #TakeFlight
— Robby Sabo (@RobbySabo) November 18, 2020
Perriman, 27, was brought in by Joe Douglas last spring to help offset the loss of Robby Anderson. While his talent certainly deserves praise, the oft-injured son of Brett Perriman simply cannot stay on the field—a problem he’s dealt with his entire career.
Having already missed four games, Perriman returned to action against the Pats after battling a concussion that was sustained late in the game against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium. Now, it seems it’s a shoulder that giving him issues.
Another big name whose injury issues will keep him limited Wednesday is Quinnen Williams.
Williams, 22, missed his first game of the season last Monday night. Unlike Perriman, however, Williams seems to be trending in a positive direction. Although his hamstring will keep him limited Wednesday, it’s a good sign to see the kid get back onto the field.
Other Jets who will see limited practice time Wednesday are Sam Ficken (groin) and Vyncint Smith (groin).
Sam Darnold (shoulder), Blake Cashman (hamstrings) and Henry Anderson (ankle/knee) will miss practice altogether.
We've activated ILB Patrick Onwuasor and designated OLB Frankie Luvu to return to practice.
— New York Jets (@nyjets) November 18, 2020
Elsewhere, the Jets have activated linebacker Patrick Onwuasor and designated linebacker Frankie Luvu to return to practice.
The 0-9 New York Jets start the practice week in preparation for the 2-7 Los Angeles Chargers.