NFL.com Jeremy Maclin has found his new NFL home. The veteran wide receiver signed a two-year with the Baltimore Ravens, the team announced Monday. The agreement comes after Maclin visited with the team Thursday following a meeting with the Bills earlier in the week. In addition to the Ravens and Bills, the Browns also were interested in possibly signing the 29-year-old after he was released by the Chiefs on June 2. Maclin caught 44 passes for 536 yards and two touchdowns over 12 games last season. In the two years prior, he hauled in 172 catches for 2,406 yards and 18 touchdowns.
The Baltimore Ravens are desperate to find targets in the passing game for quarterback Joe Flacco, following Steve Smith’s retirement and Dennis Pitta’s likely career ending hip injury, so the Ravens made a very smart decision and signed veteran wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to a two year deal. Jeremy Maclin was recently a surprise cut by the Kansas City Chiefs, he has struggled to stay healthy, but his speed is an excellent fit with Joe Flacco’s big arm if Maclin can stay on the field. Maclin was also pursued by the Buffalo Bills before opting to join the Ravens, he joins Breshad Perriman and Mike Wallace, atop a thin Ravens depth chart. The Ravens may not be done adding receivers, they are apparently also interested in former New York Jets receiver Eric Decker, if Decker can prove that he is healthy.