Ravens Release Jeremy Maclin; Should Eagles Bring Him Back?

Ravens Release Jeremy Maclin; Should Eagles Bring Him Back?

Grant (6-foot-0, 204 pounds) was a fifth-round pick out of Tulane by the Redskins in 2014.

Adam Schefter, NFL analyst for ESPN, reports that the Baltimore Ravens have made a decision to release Maclin just one year into his contract, allowing the veteran to now try to find a third team in three seasons.

Jeremy Maclin is now a National Football League free agent.

The Ravens are coming off a season in which they ranked 29th in passing and last in passing yards per play.


The flurry of Ravens free agency moves transforms their group of wide receivers with both Maclin and Mike Wallace off to find new teams in the free agent market. If those three depart, the only returning receivers for the Ravens will be Breshad Perriman, Chris Moore and Quincy Adeboyejo.

Brown has spent the last four years with the Arizona Cardinals, where he posted 21 catches for 299 yards in 10 games last season.

The Baltimore Ravens are looking to make changes to their offense, and released a member of their offensive line and backfield on Tuesday.

The cap-needy Ravens gained $5 million in space by cutting Maclin after he recorded career lows with 40 catches for 440 yards. It's considered a deep draft at wide receiver, with no elite receivers but value through the first few rounds.

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