Half a month back, the Baltimore Ravens marked veteran wide collector DeSean Jackson to their training crew program.

Heading into Week 9's Monday Night Football matchup against the New Orleans Holy people,

the Ravens might have to actuate this new expansion.

On Thursday, Baltimore lead trainer John Harbaugh declared that WR1 Rashod Bateman will go through season-finishing foot a medical procedure.

As indicated by ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter, Jackson is probably going to make his Ravens debut on Monday night.

Jackson, 35, still can't seem to get ready for any NFL activity this season. In 2021, the veteran profound ball danger brought in

12 gatherings for 233 yards and one score through nine games with the Las Vegas Looters.

The Ravens won't just be without Bateman — they could likewise be without driving pass catcher Imprint Andrews.

The star tight end didn't rehearse on Thursday as he keeps on managing shoulder and lower leg issues.

Wide collectors Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson will be compelled to move forward incredibly on Monday night.