According to agent Drew Rosenhaus, wide receiver DeSean Jackson will compete in his 15th NFL season after joining the Baltimore Ravens' practice squad on Tuesday.

The 35-year-old Jackson is anticipated to perform better on game day and improve the Ravens' deep passing strategy.

Jackson demonstrated his continued speed last season by averaging 22.7 yards per catch, the greatest mark in his 14-year career.

The Baltimore Ravens took notice when DeSean Jackson expressed desire in returning to the field.

Jackson, a free agent who last played in 2021 for the Las Vegas Raiders, is signing with the Ravens following a workout on Tuesday

 according to Jackson's agency, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

On the I AM ATHLETE podcast live tour, the seasoned speedster recently declared that he was still active and open to making a comeback. 

The Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, and Baltimore Ravens were the three teams he named as being of interest.

The Ravens have long struggled with wide receiver depth, and recently, things have grown even worse as Rashod Bateman has missed time with a groin ailment.