Ravens promote DeSean Jackson, rule out Isaiah Likely

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Wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be with the Ravens for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars.

The NFL’s daily transaction report brings word that the Ravens have elevated the veteran from the practice squad for the second time this season. Jackson caught one pass for 16 yards in a Week Nine win over the Saints, but hurt his hamstring in that game.

The Ravens added wide receiver Devin Duvernay to the injury report on Friday with a hamstring injury. He’s listed as questionable.

Rookie tight end Isaiah Likely was also listed as limited, but the Ravens have now ruled him out with an ankle injury.

The Ravens also promoted linebacker Julian Stanford from the practice squad for Sunday and signed cornerback Daryl Worley to the active roster. Cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis was placed on injured reserve.

6 responses to “Ravens promote DeSean Jackson, rule out Isaiah Likely

  1. So Isaiah Likely is….. unlikely?

    *bah-dum-tis!*

    Thank you everyone. I’ll be here all weekend.

  2. DeSean Jackson is the top wideout on this team in 2022 and when they lose in the playoffs people are going to place 100% of the blame on the QB. No other team has this many off the street free agents playing prominent roles. If you are not going to pay Lamar Jackson then give all the money to Ozzie Newsome to come back from retirement.

  3. @mikecrabtreeschain We’d be a fool to pay LJ what he wants when he’s clearly not a QB. I’d even argue he’s lost a step in the running game. He’s proven that he can’t be a QB and he’s a liability in scrambling when it comes to ball security. So commiting that much cap to a guy who hasn’t learned to throw in 5 years, coupled with the fact he doesn’t have the elusiveness he had in years 1-3, tag him and draft the next QB.

    I love watching LJ, but sometimes you need to make a business decision with your eyes and not your heart. If this was MLB and no REAL cap, fine. He’s no QB and father time will catch up with him on the injury front.

  4. radiologyken says:
    November 26, 2022 at 7:56 pm
    @mikecrabtreeschain We’d be a fool to pay LJ what he wants when he’s clearly not a QB. I’d even argue he’s lost a step in the running game. He’s proven that he can’t be a QB and he’s a liability in scrambling when it comes to ball security. So commiting that much cap to a guy who hasn’t learned to throw in 5 years, coupled with the fact he doesn’t have the elusiveness he had in years 1-3, tag him and draft the next QB.

    I love watching LJ, but sometimes you need to make a business decision with your eyes and not your heart. If this was MLB and no REAL cap, fine. He’s no QB and father time will catch up with him on the injury front

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    They are currently paying Lamar peanuts and they have still massively failed to put NFL caliber talent around him so whats the difference? There entire offense outside of Andrews and the 4 games a year that Stanley plays couldn’t start on most NFL teams. It’s impossible to judge any QB with zero playmakers surrounding him. He will never be the most accurate QB how about adding guys who can make a contested catch on the outside? The Ravens sign Demarcus Robinson off the scrap heap. How about a guy who can take the top off the defense to create space underneath? The best they could do is DeSean Jackson 8 years past his prime. How about a guy that forces a double team? The Ravens use their punt returner. No team has done less to surround their QB with talent. I think Jackson wants a fully guaranteed deal to play for the Ravens and would take less to play for a better run organization. Ozzie is gone. This is not the same organization anymore. Remind What was their record without Jackson last year again? How many consecutive years without even making the playoffs before Jackson took over and saved Harbaughs job? Jackson should be the one demanding a trade.

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