Jeremy Maclin has signed a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens, according to Adam Schefter.
Ravens and WR Jeremy Maclin agree to a two-year deal, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 12, 2017
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The 29-year old wide receiver was released by the Kansas City Chiefs early in June and quickly found a new home.
Initially it was reported that Maclin was deciding between the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens on Monday, two teams that need help at receiver.
Following the signing, Josina Anderson tweeted that the Ravens actually beat out the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles drafted the 6-foot, 198 pound receiver in the first-round back in 2009 where Maclin spent five seasons.
The Ravens look to replace Steve Smith Sr. after the star wide receiver decided to hang up the cleats and retire this offseason.
Maclin is coming off of his worst statistical year in his 2016 season with the Chiefs, tallying 44 receptions, 536 yards, and 2 TD's in 12 games.