Post-Draft Outlook:BEST PICK: Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The Eagles went into the draft hoping running back Knowshon Moreno would fall to them. He didn't, but Maclin, who was considered the second best wide receiver in the draft behind only Michael Crabtree, did tumble. Maclin is a bigger version of DeSean Jackson and will give quarterback Donovan McNabb another valuable target with terrific run-after-the-catch ability. Maclin also is an excellent returner. A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 1/19 -- Jeremy Maclin, WR, 6-0, 198, Missouri...Eagles didn't target him, but as he unexpectedly fell, they traded up from 21 to 19 to grab him. He's a slightly bigger version of DeSean Jackson. A guy who can get in and out of his routes and is very good on bubble screens and hitches and slants -- all a big part of the Eagles' offense. He has return experience, which will allow the Eagles to lighten Jackson's load. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/29/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) was a full participant in practice on Thursday and barring any late developments once the team reaches London, he should be available for Sunday's game against Detroit.
10/28/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) was a full participant in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday and appears to be ready to return to the field Sunday against Detroit. Maclin passed all the NFL testing before last Sunday's game vs. Pittsburgh, but the Chiefs training and coaching staff felt he was not quite recovered, so they held him out.
10/26/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) passed all levels of the NFL concussion protocol testing according to the Chiefs, but they still held their leading receiver out of Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. "There's a lot of layers to this thing and we felt as a group that it was best to hold him," said the Chiefs head trainer Rick Burkholder after the game. "That's what we do as a medical staff in the NFL. We're charged with protecting these players and we made the decision to hold him. He'll be evaluated again (Monday) to see what his status will be for London."
10/22/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) did not practice with the Chiefs on Thursday and it appears he will not be available for this Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. Maclin suffered a concussion in the second half of last Sunday's loss to Minnesota.
10/21/15 - WR Jeremy Maclin (concussion) did not practice with the Chiefs on Wednesday as the team began their preparation week for this Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. Maclin suffered a concussion in the second half of last Sunday's loss to Minnesota. Head coach Andy Reid said Maclin is going through the league's concussion protocols and making progress.
His status for the game against the Steelers remains unknown.