23-Year-Old Linebacker – Los Angeles Chargers
2017 Fantasy Football Outlook
Perryman once again missed time in 2016 thanks to nagging knee and hamstring injuries. Factoring in last season, the 23-year-old has now missed six games in the last two years, and that's not counting...
Perryman (ankle) is on track to practice this week, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
After Shazier, it's probably Perryman who has the most tantalizing upside outside of the top tiers. His total of 73 tackles from last year might not seem impressive at a glance, but it's actually incredible because he played just 386 defensive snaps. Sure, a handful of his tackles were likely accumulated on his 106 special teams snaps, but this is clearly a highly-unusual rate of production. In 2016, Perryman's play count will likely approach the 1,000-snap mark. That doesn't mean he'll make 200-plus tackles in 2016, but it's hard to argue that the possibility should be ruled out. Buy.
Perryman is a nasty hitter who is good against the run, and he is expected to push Manti Te'o and Donald Butler for playing time as a rookie.