The Ravens lost three running backs (J.K. Dobbins, Justice Hill, Gus Edwards) to season-ending injuries before signing Latavius Murray to a one-year deal Friday. Murray, 31, becomes the fourth running back signed by the Ravens in a week, joining Trenton Cannon, Le'Veon Bell and Devonta Freeman. Bell and Freeman are on the practice squad.
The Raiders defense will be tasked with stopping Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson with a pair of linebackers added in the past two weeks in Denzel Perryman and K.J. Wright. Las Vegas linebacker Cory Littleton said of Jackson: "He can throw. He can run. He can do magic tricks, apparently."
Here's how you can watch via ESPN's megacast presentation:
Fans can watch the traditional telecast on ESPN, ABC and ESPN+ with Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick, Lisa Salters and John Parry at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. (ESPN)
Monday Night Football with Peyton and Eli is a new, casual, non-traditional remote telecast anchored by the Super Bowl-winning Manning brothers. This telecast will combine in-the-moment analysis, big picture NFL dialogue, knee-jerk reaction, historical perspective and more. (ESPN2) and (ESPN+)
Between the Lines combines the cast of two daily ESPN shows, as Laura Rutledge, Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky and Marcus Spears from NFL Live and Doug Kezirian, Joe Fortenbaugh and Tyler Fulghum from Daily Wager interact during the telecast. The Ravens-Raiders telecast will be supplemented by an array of data and statistics, including live odds, as the team provides their insights in a free-flowing format. (ESPN+)
ESPN Deportes will televise every Monday Night Football game once again this season, with Pablo Viruega and Eduardo Varela on the call, along with John Sutcliffe reporting. (ESPN Deportes)