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Jeremy Maclin | Wide Receiver

Team: Kansas City Chiefs
Age / DOB:  (26) / 5/11/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 198
College: Missouri
Contract: view contract details

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Andy Reid confirmed Jeremy Maclin will play the "Z" position in his offense.
It's the position DeSean Jackson played while Reid, Jackson and Maclin were all together in Philly. During that four-year stretch (2009-12), D-Jax averaged 3.8 catches for 70.4 yards with 0.38 touchdowns per game while going over 1,000 yards twice. Of course, the Kansas City version of Reid's offense is a bit different as checkdown captain Alex Smith refuses to throw into tight windows and Jamaal Charles is the focal point. Maclin will likely catch more balls but will be stretched to reach Jackson's yardage heights as Smith's "Z," leaving him as a low-upside WR2/3 type. He's going to miss Chip Kelly's scheme badly. Mar 24 - 9:32 AM

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Chiefs agreed to terms with WR Jeremy Maclin, formerly of the Eagles, on a five-year, $55 million contract with $22.5 million guaranteed.

The deal will become official when the Chiefs clear the necessary cap room to fit the contract onto their books. That will involve the release of Dwayne Bowe. Maclin's $11 million annual average makes him the league's sixth-highest paid receiver. It's quite the price for a guy who was viewed more as a No. 2 than a true No. 1 before last year. Maclin has topped 1,000 receiving yards once across six NFL seasons. His numbers are going to dip dramatically in Kansas City with popgun-armed, dink-and-dunker Alex Smith at quarterback.
Mar 11 - 11:02 AM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Jeremy Maclin's contract with the Chiefs will pay him in the vicinity of $11 million per year.

We can now understand why Chip Kelly let Maclin get away. While Maclin is a very nice receiver, paying him more than guys like Randall Cobb, Jordy Nelson and Antonio Brown is a monstrous stretch. It's also a stretch to think Alex Smith could support a wide receiver enough for him to be worth $11 million annually. The Eagles were reportedly offering Maclin $9 million per year.
Mar 9 - 9:40 AM

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports free agent Jeremy Maclin plans to sign with the Chiefs on Tuesday.

This is a worst case scenario for Maclin's fantasy football outlook. Not only is Alex Smith unwilling to pull the trigger on what he deems difficult throws, but Andy Reid's offense is "spread the wealth" in nature, and doesn't heavily target one specific player. Maclin never broke out in Philadelphia until he had Chip Kelly scheming him the football in 2014. In order to clear enough salary cap room for Maclin, the Chiefs are expected to release Dwayne Bowe. They may also have to move on from their pursuit of free agent C Rodney Hudson.
Mar 8 - 8:29 PM

According to CBS' Jason La Canfora, the Eagles continue to make a push to retain free agent WR Jeremy Maclin.

The Eagles are playing with fire here as they only have Jordan Matthews, Riley Cooper and Josh Huff behind Maclin. Still, we'd expect a deal to get done. Chip Kelly remains flush with cap space despite the Byron Maxwell/Frank Gore agreements, and Maclin knows he can flourish as a No. 1 wideout in this scheme. Per La Canfora, the Eagles are being "proactive."
Mar 8 - 4:57 PM

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports the Eagles and free agent Jeremy Maclin have been "not as close recently" in contract talks.

Per beat writer Jeff McLane, a deal "was close for some time," but the sides aren't as near to compromising now and Maclin is "getting nibbles." McLane says the Eagles must "up the ante" with Maclin after clearing a ton of cap room via the LeSean McCoy trade. If the Eagles lose Maclin, Jordan Matthews, Riley Cooper, and Josh Huff would be left as their top three receivers.
Mar 4 - 10:01 AM

The Eagles are not assigning the franchise or transition tag.

It means Jeremy Maclin will head to the open market absent a long-term contract before Tuesday, March 10. The Eagles would undoubtedly like to re-sign Maclin after he exploded for 85/1,318/10 last season, but have decided he isn't worth a guaranteed one-year, $12.8 million commitment. Going on age 27, Maclin won't be handing out any discounts with free agency so close. With Dez Bryant and Demaryius Thomas franchise tagged, Maclin is Rotoworld's No. 2 free agent receiver, behind only Randall Cobb.
Mar 2 - 4:00 PM

CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher believes the Eagles will use the franchise tag on free agent Jeremy Maclin on Monday if the two sides don't agree to a long-term deal.

Maclin isn't in a rush to get a long-term deal done because he may want to see the open market. The Eagles can't afford to lose Maclin and are reportedly getting closer to his contract demands. The use of the tag would be to buy time in extension talks, as neither side would want to go into the season on the tag. It'd ultimately be a surprise if Maclin reached free agency March 10.
Mar 1 - 10:35 AM

The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports the Eagles and free agent Jeremy Maclin are not "significantly far apart" in contract negotiations.

McLane, and really everyone else, believes a deal will get done. The real question is whether the Eagles resort to the franchise tag if a deal cannot be reached by the March 2 deadline. McLane says it is "unlikely" the Eagles want to pay Maclin the estimated $12.8 million the tag would cost, but Philadelphia "would probably only use the tag to buy time and keep Maclin off the market." Despite the protracted negotiations, Maclin is expected to re-sign with the Eagles.
Feb 28 - 9:39 AM

At his induction into the Missouri University Hall of Fame on Friday night, free agent Jeremy Maclin reiterated he wants to be an Eagle.

Contract negotiations between Maclin and the Eagles have dragged on longer than anticipated, but the two sides are still expected to reach a deal before free agency. If they cannot come to an agreement, the Eagles are expected use the franchise tag. Maclin will almost certainly be in Philadelphia next season.
Feb 14 - 9:49 AM

Impending free agent Jeremy Maclin said he expects to be an Eagle next season.

"Both sides have made it known what we want to do," Maclin said. "I think it will take care of itself." The two sides were reportedly close to a deal near the end of the season, but the negotiations hit a snag when Maclin switched agents. If a long-term deal cannot be reached before free agency opens in March, the Eagles would likely use the franchise tag to keep Maclin off the open market.
Jan 31 - 10:23 AM

The Newark Star-Ledger reports the Eagles and impending free-agent WR Jeremy Maclin "have hit a bit of a wall in their contract negotiations."

The two sides were very close to a deal at the end of the season, but talks hit a snag when Maclin switched agents and requested more money. After letting DeSean Jackson go last offseason, the Eagles cannot afford to let Maclin walk. The sides should get a deal done before Maclin hits the market on March 10.
Jan 24 - 10:19 AM

Former NFL agent Joel Corry believes free agent Jeremy Maclin is a $10M per year receiver.

Corry -- now perhaps the national media's best salary capologist -- notes that Greg Jennings got a 5-year, $45M deal from the Vikings in 2013 and Dwayne Bowe landed 5 years, $56M from the Chiefs. Maclin figures to be in that range and it's a number the cap-rich Eagles can easily swallow -- especially considering how badly they need to retain their No. 1 wideout. We'd expect a deal to get done, ideally before Maclin hits the open market March 10.
Jan 13 - 10:30 AM

The Philadelphia Inquirer believes impending free agent Jeremy Maclin is a candidate for the Eagles' franchise tag.

That would guarantee Maclin around $12 million on a one-year deal and eat up a significant portion of the Eagles' salary cap. GM Howie Roseman will do everything reasonable to try and lock Maclin up on a long-term deal, but the Eagles can't afford to lose their No. 1 receiver. Maclin will turn 27 in May.
Tue, Dec 30, 2014 09:21:00 AM

Jeremy Maclin caught three passes for 49 yards in Sunday's Week 17 win over the Giants.

Coming off a 2013 ACL tear, the NFL market asked Jeremy Maclin to "prove it." So he signed a one-year deal with the Eagles and did just that. Maclin came out on fire with Nick Foles at the helm, recording eight of his 10 touchdowns and three of his four 100-yard days in the first eight games. His production tailed off with Mark Sanchez falling in love with Jordan Matthews, but that's no matter. Maclin, clearly healthy, is a borderline No. 1 wideout in the NFL and the Eagles will likely pay him as such this spring.
Sun, Dec 28, 2014 07:24:00 PM

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