Jeremy Maclin wanted something that most athletes don’t go looking for: a shorter contract.
The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to a one-year deal with wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, the team announced Friday afternoon.
Furthermore, two of the Eagles top receivers, Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin, are free agents set to hit the open market. A controversial topic over the past couples months has been, which receiver should the Eagles re-sign? However, it looks like the Eagles may be able to keep both players in midnight green.
A season of transition brought a new coach with a breath of fresh air and a new identity as a team. There were adjustments along the way as Chip Kelly adjusted to life as an NFL coach after serving an entire career at the college level, but his players bought in to the mentality Kelly introduced to them and fought their way to an NFC East division title few saw coming before the season started.
Sure didn’t take long for some significant injuries at NFL training camps — Philadelphia Eagles receiver Jeremy Maclin, Baltimore Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta, Denver Broncos center Dan Koppen, to name only three.
The Eagles have announced that linebacker Jason Phillips suffered a torn ACL in his right knee during Monday afternoon’s practice.
The Eagles went through their first training camp workout at Lincoln Financial Field, and Jeremy Maclin was forced into the role of spectator.
Jeremy Maclin’s teammates knew something was terribly wrong when the wide receiver went down Saturday.
Jeremy Maclin’s loss places even more impact on DeSean Jackson, whose numbers have steadily dropped the previous two years.
Eagles WR Jeremy Maclin tore the ACL in his right knee during practice Saturday and could miss the season.
By Bill Campbell There were a couple of baseball incidents last weekend that managed to escape much attention. They happened about a thousand or more miles south of Philadelphia and to teams other than our […]
Eagles players seem enthused after their first football meeting with Chip Kelly.
Eagles WR Maclin thinks the Eagles offense could be similar to the Patriots offense.
The Eagles’ wideout played coach to a team of Benjamin Franklin High School students engrossed in “Financial Football,” a Madden-style video game in which teams have to answer financial questions in order to move the ball downfield.
Knowing Andy Reid’s job with the Philadelphia Eagles would be in jeopardy if the team finishes 8-8 again, some fans have already started a countdown.