Breshad Perriman has had an interesting career. A first-round flop with the Ravens -- he was drafted in 2015, and went on to catch just 43 passes in three seasons -- he's bounced around the league, latching on with three different teams over the last three years. And it sounds like he could be moving on once again.

The Jets signed him to a one-year deal last offseason, ostensibly to replace departed Robby Anderson. Perriman didn't make a huge impact, catching 30 passes and 3 touchdowns in 12 games. Connor Hughes of The Athletic doesn't expect the Jets to bring him back.

But Perriman, who's still just 27 years old, should have some suitors on the open market, because he has made an impact the last three seasons. Not enough for his various teams to keep him around, but an impact nonetheless. (And in fairness, consider that the Browns did plan to bring him back, letting him out of his deal only after acquiring Odell Beckham, while Tampa Bay was loaded at wide receiver when they let him walk.)

Albeit with limited production, Perriman has been one of the league's better big-play wideouts over the last three years. He's averaged over 16 yards per reception in all three seasons. Among wideouts to catch 15-plus passes in each year, he's the only one to be over that average in each season.

2018Breshad Perriman, Cle.251634021.32
2020Marquez Valdes-Scantling, G.B.633369020.96
2019Mecole Hardman, K.C.412653820.76
2019Mike Williams, LAC9049100120.42
2019A.J. Brown, Ten.8452105120.28
2018Robert Foster, Buff.442754120.03
2020Tyron Johnson, LAC262039819.93
2018DeSean Jackson, T.B.744177418.94
2020Nelson Agholor, L.V.824889618.78
2019Kenny Golladay, Det.11665119018.311
2020Jalen Guyton, LAC552851118.33
2020DJ Moore, Car.11866119318.14
2019John Ross, Cin.562850618.13
2018Josh Gordon, 2TM714173718.04
2019Stefon Diggs, Min.9463113017.96
2019Breshad Perriman, T.B.693664517.96
2018Mike Evans, T.B.13886152417.78
2019David Moore, Sea.341730117.72
2020Quintez Cephus, Det.352034917.52
2020Henry Ruggs, L.V.432645217.42
2019Marquez Valdes-Scantling, G.B.562645217.42
2018Dante Pettis, S.F.452746717.35
2019Mike Evans, T.B.11867115717.38
2018Marquise Goodwin, S.F.432339517.24
2020Richie James, S.F.352339417.11
2018David Moore, Sea.532644517.15
2020Gabriel Davis, Buff.623559917.17
2018John Brown, Balt.974271517.05
2018Tyreek Hill, K.C.13787147917.012
2018Tyler Lockett, Sea.705796516.910
2020Kenny Golladay, Det.322033816.92
2020Breshad Perriman, NYJ603050516.83
2020Marvin Hall, 2TM321830216.82
2019Michael Gallup, Dall.11366110716.86
2018Courtland Sutton, Den.844270416.84
2018T.Y. Hilton, Ind.12076127016.76
2019James Washington, Pitt.804473516.73
2019DeVante Parker, Mia.12872120216.79
2018O.J. Howard, T.B.483456516.65
2020Will Fuller, Hou.755387916.68
2019Chris Conley, Jac.904777516.55
2020Jerry Jeudy, Den.1135285616.53
2019Jared Cook, N.O.654370516.49
2019Malik Turner, Sea.221524516.31
2019Marcus Johnson, Ind.331727716.32
2018Mark Andrews, Balt.503455216.23
2020Rashard Higgins, Cle.523759916.24
2020Preston Williams, Mia.351828816.04

Such production doesn't automatically make him a noteworthy fantasy player, of course. Robert Foster, Jalen Guyton and John Ross also show up near the top of this list, and those guys aren't going to be sought after in drafts. Sometimes that production is just a tease and unreliable. I'm looking at you, Marquez Valdes-Scantling.

But there will absolutely be teams interested in bringing in Perriman and giving him a shot for a top-2 or 3 role in their offense. Didn't work out so well for the Jets last season, but how much can anyone blame the player for disappointing in the Jets' offense. Perriman was a go-to wideout down the stretch for Tampa Bay in 2019. Just maybe he'll be significant for a team with a better offense than New York in 2021.

--Andy Richardson