Ravens Activate Veteran Receiver Ahead Of Monday Night Football

The Baltimore Ravens have had a rough stretch of injuries in recent times, with J.K. Dobbins on Injured Reserve, Rashod Bateman out for the season and Mark Andrews already ruled out of Monday Night Football, so they've finally made a positive move, with veteran star receiver DeSean Jackson to be activated ahead of Monday Night Football to make his season debut.

Jackson was last seen playing for the Las Vegas Raiders in 2021, but is best known for his time as an Eagle, where he became one of the best deep threats in NFL history, accounting for over 11,000 yards and 58 Touchdowns in his career, and while past his prime, he can still be a great presence for Lamar Jackson and this talented Ravens offence. 

He was signed a few weeks ago, and now, he is likely going to take the role vacated by Bateman with his injury, meaning that the Ravens believe he can be a huge part of their team going forward as they look to push on with their lead in the AFC North.

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