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Height/Weight: 6-0/198 | Birthdate: 5/11/1988 | Birthplace: Chesterfield, MO, USA | Team: Philadelphia | College: Missouri | NFL Experience: 6 | Owned/Started%: 8/1 | Average Draft Position: 75.70
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Jeremy Maclin faster now than before injury?


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/14/2014) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin said that in some ways, he feels faster now than before he tore his ACL, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.

"In some ways I feel more fresh, more physically strong," he said. "I just think you put so much hard work into your rehab process that that's kind of what happens. You get that leg back. You build that leg back stronger. So like I said, I'm really looking forward to this year."


Jeremy Maclin working at full speed


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/19/2014) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin had a little scare in practice earlier this month but has otherwise been working at full speed and without hesitation throughout the team's offseason workouts. He hasn't missed one.

"I've done everything since April 21st, when we were able to get out here as a team," Maclin said per the Philadelphia Inquirer. "I've been getting better each and every day, and I'm really happy with my progress. ... We've had plays where I've had to stretch out and dig a little bit, and I've made those plays. I think the next step is just getting tackled."

Maclin should end up as a starting receiver for the Eagles in 2014. 


Jeremy Maclin has scare at practice Monday


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/2/2014) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin went down after missing a pass in practice Monday, grabbing his knee according to multiple media reports watching. But he got up after 30 seconds and walked off the field.

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that Maclin said he was OK and smiled when told that he scared some people while walking off the field. There's no word on what his status is for the rest of the week. 


Jeremy Maclin looks 'fantastic' at OTAs


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/30/2014) Eagles head coach Chip Kelly said Thursday that receiver Jeremy Maclin looked "fantastic" during OTAs, working at full strength for the first time since tearing up his knee last August. 

"He's doing everything. He's been full go, he's been in every drill," Kelly said per the official team website


Eagles address WR need with Jordan Matthews


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/9/2014) The Eagles needed a receiver with DeSean Jackson gone, and they addressed the position by drafting Vanderbilt's Jordan Matthews in the second round.

Matthews will likely be No. 3 on the depth chart behind Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper, and he will have minimal Fantasy value in 2014. He should, however, help Nick Foles and the Eagles offense.

Matthews is a good receiver, but he's not a burner, which the Eagles will miss with Jackson gone. Still, this receiving corps is starting to look solid with Maclin, Cooper, Matthews, Zach Ertz, LeSean McCoy and Darren Sproles.

It should only help Folk, who depended heavily on Jackson last year. He's still a low-end No. 1 Fantasy quarterback, but he's a great one to wait for with a late-round pick.

As for Matthews, he's only worth a late-round flier in standard leagues, and he's a solid second-round pick in rookie-only formats.


Eagles will be OK even without DeSean Jackson


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/6/2014) The Eagles lost DeSean Jackson this offseason, and Fantasy owners are concerned their offense could struggle without a deep threat down the field. It's possible, but there's still plenty of talent for Fantasy owners to tap into even though Jackson is gone.

For an in-depth look at some of the top Eagles players -- Nick Foles, LeSean McCoy, Darren Sproles, Jeremy Maclin, Riley Cooper and Zach Ertz -- check out this blog I wrote in looking at their preseason outlooks. A lot can change between now and the start of the season, but here is one view on the Eagles heading into this year.

If you disagree, feel free to discuss any differences with me on Twitter @jameyeisenberg


Jeremy Maclin: Offense will be 'just fine' without D-Jax


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/24/2014) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin said DeSean Jackson is one of the league's better playmakers, but Philly will be "just fine" without him, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.

"I have faith in the offense and I have faith in the guys that we have in the locker room and on the football field," Maclin said. "Chip said it himself: the offense is not built around one guy. We have multiple guys that go out there and make plays, so I'm looking forward to seeing what we can do this year."


Jeremy Maclin says he's 'full go'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/24/2014) Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin said if training camp started today, he could participate in every drill without limitations, reports CSNPhilly.com. Maclin tore his ACL in the 2013 preseason.

He isn't sure what coaches will allow him to do at OTAs but expects to take part in some drills, the report said. Maclin has been catching passes from Nick Foles and declared himself "full go, fully recovered."


Chip Kelly excited to fit Jeremy Maclin into his offense


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2014) Eagles coach Chip Kelly told CSN Philly that he's excited to see receiver Jeremy Maclin in this offense. Maclin missed all of last season recovering from a torn ACL. Now he'll be asked to help replace DeSean Jackson.

"You saw the potential of that in the spring and summer, but obviously he didn't get an opportunity last year," Kelly said. "However, what was great to see was how he was literally here every single day since being injured. You can see he has a passion for the game of football. When he was on the field last spring and summer, you saw his intelligence, you saw his great route-running ability and you saw how tough of a one-on-one matchup he could be."

Maclin expects to be ready for training camp.

"I would say our expectations are he's going to be a really good player for us this year," general manager Howie Roseman told the website. "He has the traits we look for at the receiver position. It's no secret that we thought he was going to have a big year, and he had an unfortunate injury. That's our expectation. He adds another dynamic threat to our offense."


Jeremy Maclin on track for training camp


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/26/2014) Eagles coach Chip Kelly said Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings that receiver Jeremy Maclin, who missed last year with a torn ACL, is doing well and will be a significant factor this season.

"Mac is doing well rehab-wise," Kelly said. "The one thing about Mac is he's been there every single day, even last year during the season. He still attended position meetings. He was in the training room every single day. (He) really attacked rehab. According to what everybody's saying is he's on track.

"I think it was a big blow losing him in the preseason just because I was excited to work through OTAs and minicamp with him. He's very, very talented. He's one of those guys that if we're going to see a lot of man coverage, he can do a really, really good job because he's such a precise route runner, has outstanding speed, is good after the catch. We're excited to have him back. I don't know what his status will be during the offseason through OTAs and minicamp, but I know he'll be there in (training) camp."


DeSean Jackson, Jeremy Maclin to line up in slot more


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/4/2014) With the Eagles releasing Jason Avant, look for receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin to line up inside more often, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Avant played 807 snaps last season and ran 78 percent of his pass routes from the slot.

Jeremy Maclin says he'll be ready for training camp


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/3/2014) Now that he's signed on for the 2014 season, Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin told the media he intends to be ready for the start of training camp in July. 

"I'm running, I'm cutting, I'm lifting," he said, noting that his rehab is going well. "I'm happy with where I am."

In 2012, Maclin had 69 catches for 857 yards and seven touchdowns. He has 258 catches for 3,453 yards and 26 touchdowns in his five-year career.


Eagles using Broncos' offense as a model


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/2/2014) Eagles quarterback Nick Foles won't lack for targets in 2014. Receivers Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin are under contract, joining receiver DeSean Jackson, tight ends Zach Ertz and Brent Celek and of course running back LeSean McCoy.

Askef if there will be enough passes to go around, general manager Howie Roseman told Birds 24/7 that he's trying to follow Denver's model.

"When you look at how many offensive plays that you have over the course of the season, there’s a lot of opportunities to spread the ball around, get people involved," Roseman said. "I don’t think you have to look further than when you look at the Denver Broncos and how many options they have in their passing game and how big of an advantage that is when you have guys all around the field and you can get different personnel groups and that’s what we’re looking to do. We're looking to be an explosive, dynamic offense and when you talk about the skills that he has, Jeremy, certainly he adds to that group."

Maclin was the latest to sign when he inked a one-year deal Saturday.


Eagles sign Jeremy Maclin to one-year deal


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/28/2014) The Eagles have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with receiver Jeremy Maclin, reports the NFL Network. 

Maclin, who is coming off last year's torn ACL, was expected to be coveted by the Jets and Broncos if he became a free agent, reports ESPN.

Maclin will now join DeSean Jackson and Riley Cooper as the Top 3 receivers for the Eagles in 2014. The deal Maclin signed is more of a prove-it contract to show his knee is 100 percent.

In 2012, Maclin had 69 catches for 857 yards and seven touchdowns. He has 258 catches for 3,453 yards and 26 touchdowns in his five-year career.


Report: Jeremy Maclin wants one-year deal


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2014) Receiver Jeremy Maclin prefers a one-year deal so he can show he's fully recovered from his torn ACL, while the Eagles favor a multiyear contract, reports ProFootballTalk.com. That's one sticking point in the negotiations.

Philly hopes to re-sign Maclin before free agency opens March 11.


Eagles GM: Jeremy Maclin 'fits into our chemistry'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/27/2014) Eagles general manager Howie Roseman would not say if the Eagles are close to re-signing receiver Jeremy Maclin, but said "he fits into our chemistry and what we're trying to do," reports the Delaware news Journal. Maclin is coming off a torn ACL and likely will be asked to sign a short-term deal full of incentives.

Philly on Thursday signed receiver Riley Cooper to a five-year contract.


Eagles still working on deal for Jeremy Maclin


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/27/2014) The Eagles have locked up one receiver in Riley Cooper, who signed a five-year contract extension. Now they are trying to get a deal done with Jeremy Maclin.

But the sides are "not close to a deal," reports ESPN. 

The report said the Eagles and Maclin "are talking," and the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that he would likely sign a one-year "show me" deal since Maclin is coming off last year's torn ACL.

A potential hold-up in the contract could be Maclin trying to get more years or guaranteed money added, but that's just speculation.


Report: Eagles expected to sign Jeremy Maclin to one-year deal


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/26/2014) In addition to closing in on a multiyear agreement with last year's No. 2 receiver, Riley Cooper, the Eagles are expected to sign wideout Jeremy Maclin to a one-year contract, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. The paper described it as a "show me" deal with Maclin coming off a torn ACL.

Report: Riley Cooper is Eagles' priority, not Jeremy Maclin


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/26/2014) Contrary to a recent Philadelphia Inquirer report claiming the Eagles prefer Jeremy Maclin to Riley Cooper, Pro Football Talk asserts it's the other way around and "it's not even close." Both receivers are about to be free agents.

The report notes Cooper thrived in his first year as a starter while Maclin sat out last season after tearing his ACL.


Eagles prefer Jeremy Maclin to Riley Cooper


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/23/2014) With two of their key receivers heading to free agency, the Eagles would rather re-sign Jeremy Maclin than Riley Cooper, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Philly's plan is to sign Maclin to a one-year deal and land another starting-caliber wideout in free agency, the report said.

The Eagles could "circle back" to Cooper if they don't land another target. Coach Chip Kelly watched Maclin practice before tearing his ACL and "saw enough of the receiver to be convinced that he would thrive in his system," a source told the paper.

Cooper already has drawn interest from several teams, the report said. He had 742 receiving yards and seven touchdowns in the final 11 games after Nick Foles took over as quarterback.


Patriots have decisions to make at receiver


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/14/2014) The Patriots have to make some decisions at receiver this offseason, reports the Boston Herald

The first is deciding to pay free agent Julian Edelman. The report says Edelman might want a contract similar to what Danny Amendola got last season (five years and a max value of $31 million). But the Patriots will probably offer Edelman something similar to their offer to Wes Welker (two years, $10 million). Based on that, the report expects Edelman to chase the money elsewhere.

Amendola is safe this offseason despite a down year, but he could be released after the 2014 season if he struggles again. The team hopes the three second-year receivers of Aaron Dobson, Kenbrell Thompkins and Josh Boyce continue to develop, and getting Rob Gronkowski (ACL) back at 100 percent is vital.

The Patriots also could look at receivers in free agency, especially if Edelman leaves, and they could be in play for Eric Decker, Jeremy Maclin or Hakeem Nicks. Or if Edelman returns, the Patriots could still add someone like Brandon LaFell, Nate Burleson, Riley Cooper or Kenny Britt.


Eagles have decision to make at receiver


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/13/2014) The Eagles will have to make a decision this offseason about bringing back free agent receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper, and Jason Avant also could be a cap casualty based on his salary and lack of production, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The report says "expect Maclin to be a priority" even though he missed the season with a torn ACL. He could settle for a one-year deal trying to prove he's back to full strength with the hope of earning a long-term contract.

Cooper is coming off a career season, and the report says Kelly values Cooper for his size and ability to block. But the Eagles must determine whether he's replaceable compared to the money he'll potentially command on the open market.

As for Avant, he could be released or asked to take a pay cut. He's coming off his worst statistical season since 2008 and his production does not merit $3.25 million – especially if the Eagles pay Maclin and/or Cooper big money.


Jeremy Maclin, Emmanuel Sanders on Jets' wish list?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(2/7/2014) Clearly in need of receiving help, the Jets are reportedly planning to make a run at unrestricted free agents Jeremy Maclin and Emmanuel Sanders this offseason. The New York Daily News reports that the Jets "covet" Maclin and Sanders and hope one or both of them will come aboard this offseason. 

Maclin, who will be 26 when the 2014 season starts, missed all of last season with a torn ACL. He and Jets offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg worked together in Philadelphia so there could be a seamless transition for him if he joined Gang Green. Maclin has 3,453 yards and 26 touchdowns in 59 career games. 

Sanders, a year older than Maclin, has been a bit of a disappointment in four seasons with the Steelers, failing to land even 800 yards or more than six touchdowns in any of his campaigns. The Steelers reportedly aren't interested in re-signing him. Over 56 games, Sanders has 161 grabs for 2,030 yards and 11 touchdowns. 

The Jets' receiving corps has been dreadful. Last year no single wideout had even 600 yards receiving and the franchise hasn't had a 1,000-yard receiver since Jerricho Cotchery had 1,130 yards in 2007. 


Eagles' receiver situation is 'complicated'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/5/2014) Eagles receivers Jeremy Maclin and Riley Cooper are entering free agency, and general manager Howie Roseman won't rule out bringing both back. But he also noted wideout is a very strong position in the draft, reports CSNPhilly.com.

“I think it is complicated, because you have guys that you want to have back,” Roseman said, “and also, what resources are you going to devote to that position with the guys who are already on the roster?

“And then you look at it in the draft, obviously a very strong position, so I think ... it's a complicated situation but we've never ruled out bringing both of those guys back.”

The logical assumption is that either Maclin or Cooper won't return, the report said.


Jets, Chiefs mentioned as landing spots for Jeremy Maclin


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/3/2014) Coming off a torn ACL, Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin could be a health risk in 2014 and the team might not feel an urgency to re-sign the impending free agent. According to The Star-Ledger, Maclin might be a good fit with five other teams led by the Jets and Chiefs.

The Jets "are trying to win now" and "need a major upgrade on offense," the report said. As for the Chiefs, coach Andy Reid traded up to draft Maclin when he was running the Eagles and signing Maclin now would be "a low-risk, high-reward move."

The paper lists the Colts, Patriots and Panthers as other possible landing spots for Maclin.