Jeremy Maclin Signs Two Year Deal With Ravens

Jeremy Maclin Signs Two Year Deal With Ravens

Jeremy Maclin Signs Two Year Deal With Ravens

"Through a voicemail", Maclin said. "Any time you can add a guy like this, I say even better". Baltimore proved to be the best fit, and Maclin happily signed a two-year deal on Monday.

"Eric would be a great guy, too, especially losing Dennis (Pitta) and getting a guy who can go inside, go outside and can run and separate and do a lot of those things, " Flacco said. He's a good player and a good dude. However, when you look deeper at Maclin's stats from previous year, there are some numbers that pop out. Probably most impressive, Decker has 51 touchdowns in 81 games since 2011.

Another similarity is that Maclin and Brown both know how to make a living in the slot. With Steve Smith retiring, that left Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman as the team's top two receiving weapons. He went on to explain that he likes the group of wide receivers the Eagles have right now. Maclin, 29, arrived in Baltimore on Tuesday to sign a two-year deal that is worth as much as $11 million, according to NFL Network.

But he did at least tell reporters yesterday that he has every intention of suiting up for the Ravens on the first game of the regular season.

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Jeremy Maclin met with the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles, his former team before the Kansas City Chiefs, and chose to head to the Baltimore Ravens to continue his career.

"He can have a big impact", Harbaugh said. He knows how to be effective in this specific passing game, which is a big plus. "My playbook expanded. Special teams - I didn't really play special teams in college, so that was tough".

The Ravens still have other offensive questions and they don't have much salary cap space to address them. Maclin said he was hurt after the #Kansas City Chiefs released him and he wanted to take the weekend to consider his options before coming to a decision.

The Ravens are still in the market for a center and right tackle heading into training camp after losing starters at those positions. "They believe I can be a big part of it". "I was excited about our guys then", Wallace said. They are playing confident. "But I don't think it's time yet". "You can see assignments; you can see technique". Throughout the offseason, I've been able to see it. "You just never want to be in a situation like that again". That's the first thing. You could tell he had something. He plays at a high level on a consistent basis.

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Of course, Ravens officials understand there is some skepticism. "Mills played well past year, but could become expendable since the Bills drafted plug-and-play tackle Dion Dawkins in the second round". Perriman missed his rookie season with a knee injury and never got on the same page with Flacco past year.

The possibility of the Ravens adding a veteran offensive lineman has been consistently discussed by fans and media over the last few months.

That's where Maclin comes in. Maclin last faced the Browns in Week 16 of the 2015 season, when he caught 5 passes for 49 yards and 1 touchdown.

"I'm not a scout or a coach, but I think he's a pretty decent football player", Woodhead said. "We've got time, we've got some money and we're quite sure some offensive line help is going to shake out". It's just going to be important to us as a team to gel together. Obviously, we trust the front office, the coaches and everyone.

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