DeSean Jackson is now ready to provide a spark
Dacian Jackson will start the Ravens in Monday Night Football.
The receiver is raised from the practice team to face the New Orleans Saints.
In which Ravens remembers two prominent playwrights in his passing attack
On Sunday, All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews was ruled out with knee and shoulder injuries
Jackson, who has been a trademark during 14 seasons, is expected to provide big-playing abilities.
During his career he made 632 receptions for 11,110 yards and 58 touchdowns, with an average of 17.6 yards per catch.
Jackson worked overtime after signing on October 18th and is now all set to provide the spark.
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"I've been doing this a long time. If I wasn't (ready), I wouldn't be here," Jackson said.