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Jeremy Maclin

25-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Philadelphia Eagles

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A torn ACL last July ended Maclinís season before it started, but in April he declared himself completely recovered, three months ahead of training camp. His situation is arguably better now than it w...

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2014 ADP:  86.08

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HT: 6' 0"   WT: 198   DOB: 8/26/1988  College: Missouri  Show ContractHide Contract


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Signed a one-year contract with the Eagles in February of 2014.

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Coach Chip Kelly said Maclin looks "fantastic" thus far through training camp, reports.

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Jeremy Maclin NFL Stats
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  Receiving Rec Distance Big Rec Games Rushing Kick Ret Punt Ret Fumbles
Year Age Team G Rec Yards TD Tar Avg YPT 20+ 40+ 100+ 150+ 200+ Att Yards Avg TD Yds TD Yds TD Tot Lost
2009 20 15 55 762 4 96 13.9 7.9 11 3 - - - 2 -7 -3.5 0 - - - - - -
2010 21 Phi 16 70 964 10 115 13.8 8.4 13 4 2 1 0 3 36 12.0 0 22 0 17 0 1 1
2011 22 Phi 13 63 859 5 97 13.6 8.9 15 3 3 1 0 1 1 1.0 0 0 0 29 0 1 1
2012 23 Phi 15 69 857 7 122 12.4 7.0 12 4 3 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
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Age is determined on September 1st of each season.

Jeremy Maclin Fantasy/Red Zone Stats
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  Fantasy Points Per Game Receiving Stats Red Zone Targets Rushing Stats Red Zone Runs
Year Age Team G Standard PPR 0.5 PPR Rec/G Yds/G In20 In10 In5 Att/G Yds/G In20 In10 In5
2009 20 15 6.6 10.3 8.5 4 51 9 3 1 0 -0 0 0 0
2010 21 Phi 16 10.0 14.4 12.2 4 60 21 12 6 0 2 0 0 0
2011 22 Phi 13 8.9 13.8 11.3 5 66 15 5 2 0 0 0 0 0
2012 23 Phi 15 8.5 13.1 10.8 5 57 17 4 3 0 0 0 0 0
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2012 975 3

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Jeremy Maclin 2013 Game Log
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  Snap Count Receiving Rec Distance Rushing Fumbles Kick Ret Punt Ret Red Zone Targets Red Zone Runs
Week Opp Off ST Rec Yards TD Tar Avg 20+ 40+ Att Yards Avg TD Tot Lost Yds TD Yds TD In20 In10 In5 In20 In10 In5
1 @Was
2 SD
3 KC
4 @Den
5 @NYG
6 @TB
7 Dal
9 @Oak
10 @GB
11 Was
12 BYE Bye Week
13 Ari
14 Det
15 @Min
16 Chi
17 @Dal
Playoffs NO

A blank stat line is used above whenever a player was not on the field for any plays in the game that week.

Measurables Overview for Jeremy Maclin
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Height:   6' 0"
Weight:   198 lbs
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Jeremy Maclin: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Maclin, who tore his right ACL in training camp last year, participated fully during the Eagles' OTAs and felt good in doing so, reports. "As far as all the routes, I'm doing them all," he noted. "We've had some plays where I've had to kind of stretch out and run out and kind of dig a little bit and I've made those plays. Plays [where] I've got to jump and catch the ball. I think the next step is actually getting tackled. Once you get past that I'm gonna be at 12 months anyway, so it's healed."

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With DeSean Jackson and Jason Avant no longer in the mix, Maclin has an opportunity to emerge as the Eagles' top wideout (while starting opposite Riley Cooper) this coming season. While the true test with regard to his surgically-repaired knee won't come until the hitting starts, Maclin clearly feels good about his recovery, encouragingly noting, "in some ways, I feel faster."
Maclin appears to be OK after a collision during Monday's practice appeared to have hurt his left knee, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

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Maclin went down on one of the last drills of practice and appeared to be in noticeable pain as team trainers rushed to his aid. He was able to get up and walk off the field under his own power, though, and insists that he'll be back practicing in full Tuesday. He certainly gave Eagles fans a scare, as he projects to be the No. 1 wideout in their fast-paced offense after missing all of last season with a torn ACL. Although the Eagles aren't required to provide injury information during OTAs, it looks like they may have dodged the bullet with this one.
Maclin (knee) is fully participating in the Eagles' organized team activities, Geoff Mosher of CSN Philadelphia reports.

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While neither Maclin nor any of the other Eagles are taking contact yet at this point, coach Chip Kelly indicated the receiver would be able to do everything on the field this week. Maclin previously indicated he's fully recovered from the ACL tear that cost him the entire 2013 season, but it may still take him a few sessions before he regains some explosiveness. If Maclin demonstrates in training camp that he's the speedy receiver of old, he'll more than likely enter the season as the team's top target following the departure of DeSean Jackson.
Maclin relayed to CSN's Geoff Mosher that he believes he is fully recovered from the knee injury he suffered last July.

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Maclin -- who is bouncing back from a torn right ACL -- suggests that he'd be full-go if it was training already. That said, he isn't sure what the Eagles will have him do at OTAs, though he does expect to participate in some drills. Assuming no setbacks, Maclin has an opportunity to emerge as the Eagles' top wideout this coming season, with DeSean Jackson no longer in the mix.
With DeSean Jackson having been released, Maclin may need to serve as Philadelphia's No. 1 receiver in 2013.

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Maclin (knee), who signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on Friday, said there is "no doubt" he will be ready for training camp, Geoff Mosher of reports.

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Maclin would have likely served as Philadelphia's top wideout in 2013 -- both in real life terms and by fantasy football standards -- but a torn ACL in July ended his season. It's awful timing for Maclin, as he will be a free agent after the season. With Maclin out, DeSean Jackson becomes the clear fantasy target among Philadelphia wideouts, while Riley Cooper or Arrelious Benn figure to replace Maclin as the second starting outside receiver. Jason Avant figures to hold onto the slot role.


On the surface, Maclin seemed to take a step back in Year 3, but keep in mind he missed three games late in the season due to shoulder and hamstring injuries. If you prorate his numbers over 16 games, heíd have had 78 catches for 1,057 yards and six scores on 8.9 YPT, all career highs except for the touchdowns. The touchdowns declined in large part because he was targeted so much less frequently in the red zone (21 to 12) and also inside the 10 (12 to 4). Instead those scores went to LeSean McCoy who led all players with 20 scores and saw a massive increase in goal-line work. The re-emergence of tight end Brent Celek as a red-zone option (19 targets) was also a factor. At 6-0, 198, Maclin has only average size, but heís fast, shifty and sure-handed (just four drops). Heíll still serve as Michael Vickís most frequent target in a pass-friendly offense. Just realize that DeSean Jackson is the teamís primary big-play threat, and the Eagles seem to prefer other options in the red zone.


While DeSean Jackson makes most of the highlight reels, Maclin was the one who scored 10 touchdowns for the Eagles last year. Maclin (13th) actually finished one spot ahead of Jackson among fantasy receivers, albeit in two more games and on 20 more targets. And while Maclin doesn't have Jackson's jaw-dropping per-play numbers, his 13.8 yards per catch and 8.4 yards per target are solid marks for a receiver, who despite his speed, was playing more of a possession role, and he reeled in four catches of 40-plus yards. At 6-1, 200, Maclin isn't big, but he's the closest thing to a red-zone target the Eagles have out wide and as a result saw 21 looks from inside the 20 (7th) and 12 targets from inside the 10 (tied for 7th). Maclin heads into Year 3 as a starter in one of the league's most pass-friendly systems. So long as Michael Vick stays healthy, his environment could hardly be more favorable.


Maclin showed flashes of his big-play ability during his rookie year ó even if he was largely overshadowed by DeSean Jackson. Maclin had three catches of 40-plus yards on 96 targets, averaged 13.9 yards per catch and 7.9 yards per target. Year 2 is typically when receivers take a major leap forward, and conditions are ripe for Maclin this year. For starters, the former firstround pick can fly, has great vision in the open field and is very dangerous after the catch. Heís got good hands and is likely to see single coverage playing opposite Jackson. Moreover, the Eagles pass-happy system will ensure there are plenty of targets to go around ó Maclin saw nearly 100 targets even last year when he missed two games. Of course, the success of the teamís passing game hinges on the development of Kevin Kolb, but Kolb seemed more than up to the task during his starts last year when Donovan McNabb went down. At 6-1, 200, Maclinís not particularly stout and isnít well suited to catching balls over the middle in heavy traffic. As such, heís probably not slated for a lot of red-zone work (only nine targets there last year). So temper your expectations for his scoring even in the event of a breakout.


The Eagles are built to contend this season, so that they traded up to get Maclin in the first round means theyíll want to get him involved right away Ė and not just in the return game. At 6-1, 200, Maclin has just average size, but heís arguably the most explosive receiver in this yearís class. Maclin has excellent acceleration and elite deep speed, combined with great vision and soft hands. His route running still needs work, and heís not very physical, so donít expect him to see a lot of red-zone work Ė at least early on. Heading into camp, it remains to be seen whether Maclin starts opposite DeSean Jackson right out of the gate, or lines up in the slot with Kevin Curtis on the outside. Either way, the distinction isnít that important as Andy Reidís offense is one of the most pass happy in the league (4th most attempts), and Maclin should be able to earn his share of targets if he keeps his focus.