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
08/29/17 - RB Cedric Peerman was placed on the reserve/injured list Tuesday. Peerman, an eighth-year player, suffered a shoulder injury in the team's third preseason game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday. He is a valuable piece on special teams for Cincinnati.
11/28/16 - RB Cedric Peerman was activated from injured reserve. Peerman, a seven-year veteran, broke an arm in the third preseason game.
11/23/16 - HB Cedric Peerman returned to practice on Wednesday from injured reserve. Peerman has been on injured reserve due to a forearm injury suffered in preseason. Wednesday starts a three-week window during which Peerman may practice with the team without being counted against the 53-player active roster limit. He could be added to the roster at any time during this three-week period. Peerman is a seventh-year NFL player. He was a Pro Bowl selection last season as a special teams player, after leading Cincinnati in special teams tackles for the second straight year. Since joining the Bengals in 2010, he also has rushed 64 times for 334 yards and made 13 receptions for 123 yards.
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."