The Jets are apparently going to work out a disappointing former first round pick:
Jets scheduled to work out former Ravens WR Breshad Perriman on Monday, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 2, 2018
The Jets currently have six receivers on their roster with Charone Peake the most likely to be replaced if they add another. However, the Jets might just be looking into if Perriman has much left and perhaps won't sign him unless he's really impressive.
Perriman was the fifth wide receiver selected in the 2015 draft. The Jets made Devin Smith the seventh, 11 picks later. Like Smith, Perriman was a good athlete with raw skills, who struggled to stay healthy and didn't develop much in his first few seasons. He has just 43 catches at the NFL level.