Former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin did not last long on the free agent market. After being cut by the Chiefs just 11 days ago, the eight year veteran sign a two-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens reportedly worth $11 million.
The team announced the deal after Ian Rapoport of NFL Network first reported details of the free-agent signing. Josina Anderson of ESPN reported Maclin's choice came down to the Ravens or his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles.
Many experts were surprised at Maclin's sudden release from Kansas City, considering he was just signed in 2015 and it leaves them with a proven number one at wideout. The move did save the team $10 million against the cap which maybe why the move was done.
The 29-year-old Missouri native signed with the Chiefs in 2015 after a successful six-year stint with the Eagles. He made an instant impact, catching 87 passes for 1,088 yards and eight touchdowns during his first season with the team.