Harbaugh says he has "no idea" about any Perriman setback

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. — The Breshad Perriman saga continues for the Ravens.
After returning to practice on a limited basis last week, the 2015 first-round receiver appeared to tweak his right knee during a pre-game workout at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday and hasn’t practiced since then. Taking into account the walk-through nature of this week’s practices in preparation for Thursday’s game in Pittsburgh, Perriman’s absence makes it fair to conclude the speedy receiver experienced some type of a setback.
Apparently that is news to John Harbaugh, however, who said he was unaware of anything happening to Perriman on Sunday.
“I have no idea what you’re talking about,” said Harbaugh, who then asked reporters for clarification on when it had allegedly taken place. “No idea what you’re talking about.”
The head coach offered no explanation as to why the rookie hasn’t practiced this week.
Even if Perriman never stood a good chance to play against the Steelers, the Ravens likely would have wanted him to practice on a limited basis to merely give Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin and his team the impression that he might play. There’s no other logical explanation for Perriman not practicing again other than the Ravens’ training staff electing to slow his activity level after he pulled up lame on Sunday.
The 26th overall pick of April’s draft sprained his knee on the first day of training camp on July 30.

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