NFL teams have been talking with Jeremy Maclin after his surprising release from the Chiefs, most notably the Bills.
The receiver visited Buffalo early this week but also was going to interview with the Ravens, according to ESPN.
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This means Maclin didn’t secure an on-the-spot deal with the Bills, or has decided to keep his options open. Or perhaps a mixture of both.
The Ravens’ interest in Maclin comes after tight end Where To Buy Cheap Jerseys Dennis Pitta was released after dislocating his hip during OTAs last week. On top of that, the Ravens are looking to fill the void that recently retired Steve Smith Sr. left.
Meanwhile, Bills running back LeSean McCoy and quarterback Tyrod Taylor have expressed their desire to scoop up Maclin to fortify the offense — at least on paper.
And while Buffalo does have more cap space, therefore money to offer Maclin, the Ravens have had a much better record in recent years.