After bouncing around between Baltimore and Cleveland, Breshad Perriman finally found his footing in Tampa Bay last season, where he put up career numbers for the Buccaneers.
Perriman certainly benefitted from Jameis Winston at QB, as he reeled in 36 catches for 645 yards and six touchdowns. As a result, he signed a one-year ocntract with the Jets this offseason.
For the Panthers, they are looking for their wide reciever No. 3. They have a young combo of D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel that eventually should be a dominant 1-2 punch. But after them, it’s question marks.
The Panthers brought in Robby Anderson on a two-year deal and has the potential to be reliable deep-threat target, in addition to signing Seth Roberts to a one-year deal. Ultimately, both very well could be out of Carolina in the next two years and if Perriman can have another solid year and is available at a cheap price next offseason, the Panthers should pounce.