Jeremy Maclin

WR / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 10

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  • Jeremy Maclin: Nearly back to full health
    By RotoWire Staff

    Maclin (hamstring) is nearing full health and expected to visit and work out for prospective teams soon, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The 30-year-old attracted limited interest shortly after being released by the Ravens in March, then saw his chances of finding a new home prior to the season diminish entirely after tweaking his hamstring while training. While the worst of the injury seems to be behind Maclin at this point, it's uncertain he has much to offer teams as a depth receiver now that he's clearly on the downside of his career and is no longer a threat in the return game. The wideout largely underwhelmed during his lone season in Baltimore, hauling in 40 passes in 12 games for a career-low 11.0 yards per reception.

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  • Jeremy Maclin: Plans to play in 2018
    By RotoWire Staff

    Maclin, who tweaked his hamstring while training for the upcoming season, is still a couple of weeks away from being 100 percent healthy, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The injury helps explain why Maclin has remained unsigned since being released by the Ravens in March. According to Schefter, the veteran wideout received offers from team prior to training camp, but Maclin is apparently waiting for the right situation to arise before putting pen to paper. With the regular season about to get underway, injuries will inevitably create a need for teams at receiver, with Maclin representing one of the more accomplished options out there on the open market.

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  • Jeremy Maclin: Remains free agent
    By RotoWire Staff

    Maclin is still fielding his market and remains an unrestricted free agent, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports. Maclin was released by the Ravens in March after a relatively unsuccessful one-year stint with the team. He's known to have drawn preliminary interest from both the Eagles and Cowboys, but both teams have already signed a high-profile receiver or two since free agency opened last month. However, Maclin isn't believed to have any geographical limitations on the team he might sign with and is simply waiting for the right fit. In all likelihood, the 2014 Pro-Bowler will wait until after the upcoming draft to put pen to paper with any organization that might have interest.

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  • Jeremy Maclin: Released by Baltimore
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Ravens informed Maclin of his release from the team Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Maclin's lone season in Baltimore was marred by a combination of injuries and inefficiency, with the 29-year-old catching 40 of 72 targets for 440 yards (6.1 yards per target) and three touchdowns in 12 games. Given that he wasn't much better the previous year in Kansas City, the Ravens were always expected to cut him before March 16, when his $1 million roster bonus was set to kick in. Maclin's fate was cemented once the team reached agreements with free-agent wideouts Ryan Grant and John Brown, though Baltimore could still use more help at the position. Maclin should draw interest from multiple teams, though likely only as a complementary option at this stage of his career. A bounce back isn't out of the question if he lands in the right place and can actually stay healthy.

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  • Maclin (knee) could be released in the offseason as the Ravens aim to clear up cap space, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. In addition to missing missing four games due to injury, Maclin struggled to career-low marks in receptions (40) and receiving yards (440) during his first season in Baltimore, with his lack of productivity proving problematic for an already weak passing attack. Maclin carries a $7.5 million cap hit for the 2018 season and is due a $1 million roster bonus March 16, so expect the Ravens to render a decision on his future with the organization by that date. By releasing Maclin, the Ravens would gain $5 million in cap space and afford the front office some more flexibility during the offseason.

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    7 10/21 New Orleans Saints 32 34.80
    8 10/28 @Carolina Panthers 14 22.60
    9 11/04 Pittsburgh Steelers 30 29.33
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    11 11/18 Cincinnati Bengals 19 24.33
    12 11/25 Oakland Raiders 27 28.00
    13 12/02 @Atlanta Falcons 29 29.00
    14 12/09 @Kansas City Chiefs 17 23.67
    15 12/16 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 32.00
    16 12/23 @Los Angeles Chargers 23 25.00
    17 12/30 Cleveland Browns 24 25.33

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    Season Tar Recpt ReYd ReTD ReFD ReAvg FPTS
    2018 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
    2017 72 40 440 3 23 11.00 62
    2016 76 44 536 2 29 12.18 65
    2015 124 87 1088 8 49 12.51 155
    2014 143 85 1318 10 56 15.51 191
    2013 0 0 0 0 0 0.00 0
    2012 122 69 857 7 36 12.40 125
    2011 97 63 859 5 43 13.60 113
    2010 115 70 964 10 45 13.80 157
    2009 90 55 762 4 33 13.90 100
    3 Year Avg 91 57 688 4 34 12.07 92
    Career 841 514 6835 49 315 13.30

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