Report: Jeremy Maclin drew “preliminary inquiries” from Cowboys, Eagles

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Free agent Jeremy Maclin received “preliminary inquiries” from the Cowboys and the Eagles before both teams signed other receivers, Josina Anderson of ESPN reports.

The Cowboys signed Allen Hurns and Deonte Thompson, and the Eagles signed Mike Wallace.

Maclin is “waiting for the right fit,” per Anderson, while training in Philadelphia and Baltimore.

He caught only 40 passes for 440 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games last season after signing a two-year, $11 million deal with the Ravens a year ago. The Ravens released him last month.

Maclin, who turns 30 next month, had back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2014 and ’15.

17 responses to “Report: Jeremy Maclin drew “preliminary inquiries” from Cowboys, Eagles

  1. The Cowboys have signed like 10 receivers ! Makes no difference they could sign the smurfs, wes chandler and charlie joyner and clayton and duper they still have Prescott

  2. jdbec12 says:
    April 9, 2018 at 8:51 pm
    cowboys are broke how can they offer any thing for him.

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    They had interest in signing him BEFORE signing Allen Hurns (2 year, 12 million) & Deonte Thompson (1 year 1.8 million). They WOULD have had plenty of money to sign Jeremy Maclin but they chose to make two way better signings.

    Maclin was solid for a few years but is a shell of his former self. As poster mentioned above the right fit at this point is any team willing to give him a contract.

  3. xavier179 says:
    April 10, 2018 at 9:31 am
    The Truth, how about announcing what team you back? You seem to have a vendetta against Prescott so ease up or exit this forum.
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    Lighten up Francis…

  4. He still can run, he just plays soft, drops incredibly easy passes one the perimeter and somehow catches some difficult ones over the middle

  5. Very soft player. Id be OK with the Ravens bringing him back for a couple mil; id like to see how much he could bring to the table with ample offseason time with his ‘mates

  6. Im glad Philly did not put any effort into bringing him back. Hes a good WR no doubt, but he’s more like a #3 WR. His doesnt fare well against contact after receiving the ball and he has a habit of missing plays / games with injuries.

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