Data Scout Notes: HM M/11GP-153-774-5.1-7TD-Rush/44-193-4.4-Rec/5-108-21.6-KOR
Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Ravens' picks: Round 6/185 -- Cedric Peerman, RB, 5-9, 220, Virginia...He started only 18 games in his college career, but he caught the Ravens' attention because of his special teams play. Peerman is a hard-nosed performer who has great character and known for leadership skills. He is an ordained deacon. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Cedric Peerman News
09/04/16 - RB Cedric Peerman, a reserve running back and special teams stalwart, broke his forearm in a preseason game but the prognosis for him returning in 2016 is positive enough that the Bengals are keeping off injured reserve. "We feel that ... Ced Peerman, from what we've been told, have an opportunity to possibly come back at some point during the season, so we're going to try to keep that option open for us," coach Marvin Lewis said.
08/29/16 - RB Cedric Peerman suffered a fractured left forearm during Sunday's preseason game at Jacksonville. Coach Marvin Lewis wouldn't speculate on the severity of the injury but some reports indicated that it could be season-ending. Peerman is a valuable commodity on special teams. "We have some great guys that can step in," Lewis said "Obviously he's done a great job for us and maybe guys at other positions will step up. It just changes how we go about things."
08/28/16 - RB Cedric Peerman had his left forearm broken during Cincinnati's Sunday preseason game against the Jaguars.
Peerman, a Pro Bowl special teams performer for Cincinnati last year, was hurt in the second quarter. He tried to stiff-arm Davon House, but the Jaguars cornerback grabbed hold of Peerman's arm and used it to drag him down. His arm was put in an air cast on the sideline, and ESPN.com reported that he likely will miss the entire season. Heading into his eighth NFL season out of the University of Virginia, Peerman appeared in all 16 games last season but didn't get a carry.
08/18/15 - RB Cedric Peerman (knee) practiced after exiting the game against the Giants.
04/09/15 - RB Cedric Peerman re-signed as an unrestricted free agent with the Bengals Thursday (April 9).
A sixth-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens in 2009, Peerman joined the Bengals in 2010 and has been one of the Bengals' top special-teams players. He led the units with 15 tackles last season and has averaged 12 over the past four years.
He has been used sparingly on offense, rushing for 334 yards and one touchdown and catching 13 passes for 123 yards in five years.