The Baltimore Ravens have gotten contributions from their practice squad throughout the course of the 2021 season so far. With how many injuries they’ve had to go through, Baltimore has had to find ways to make up the production from some of the stars that they’ve been missing.
On Saturday, the Ravens elevated two players from their practice squad in running back Nate McCrary and defensive back Robert Jackson. Both could provide solid depth at their respective positions in Week 13 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
McCrary impressed with Baltimore during the 2021 preseason, but was ultimately let go by the team during final cut down day. He was claimed off of waivers by the Denver Broncos, but didn’t last long there before signing with the Ravens’ practice squad. Jackson signed with the Ravens’ practice squad this week after working out with the team.