Baltimore Ravens sign former Buccaneers playmaker.

Only a few weeks remain before the NFL Trade Deadline, and about halfway through the season, teams all over the league are evaluating their free-agent and market alternatives.

DeSean Jackson, a seasoned playmaker and former Buccaneer, has signed with the Baltimore Ravens for the remainder of the season, according to NFL Network's 

Ian Rapoport on Tuesday.According to Jackson's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, the team worked out Jackson earlier in the day.

Jackson joins a group of wide receivers that includes Demarcus Robinson, Tylan Wallace, Devin Duvernay, James Proche II, and Bateman who have a combined total

of 41 catches for 580 yards and six touchdowns. The wide receivers had just 12 catches for 122 yards during Bateman's two-game absence.

Despite his extensive travels, DeSean Jackson should immediately rank among the Ravens' best deep threats. Last season, while playing for the Los Angeles Chargers

and Las Vegas Raiders, the 15-year veteran averaged a career-high 22.7 yards per reception. This includes eight catches with the Raiders for 221 yards (27.6 YPR) and a score.

He has expressed a desire to play with Lamar Jackson and still has some explosiveness left. Now, when his career is nearing its end, DeSean Jackson will get that chance.