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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11/16/14 - WR Jeremy Maclin had nine catches for 103 yards and a touchdown. He entered the game tied for fourth with eight touchdown receptions.
11/02/14 - WR Jeremy Maclin recorded his third 100-yard receiving game of the season and his second consecutive multi-touchdown performance, finishing with six receptions for 158 yards and two scores against the Texans. After missing the entire 2013 season to injury, Maclin has 45 receptions for 790 yards and eight touchdowns at the midpoint of 2014.
10/27/14 - WR Jeremy Maclin finished with 12 receptions for 187 yards and two touchdowns, but he was nearly knocked out of the game during the collision that concussed the Cardinals' Patrick Peterson. There were even reports that Maclin was bleeding from the ear. "I probably just got scraped in my helmet. Not a big deal," he said, adding, "I'm alright, man. It was a hard-fought game. I'm a little tired, a little sore. I'm alright, though."
09/07/14 - WR Jeremy Maclin had not played in a real NFL game in a long time. Maclin missed the entire 2013 season with a knee injury, so he was more than ready to take the field on Sunday. And he ended up making one of the biggest plays of the game, a 68-yard TD reception that gave the Eagles the lead for good. "Just being able to play football,'' Maclin said when asked what was most memorable about Sunday's game. "I'm blessed. I'm fortunate. The knee is behind me and now I'm just going forward.''
08/22/14 - WR Jeremy Maclin crumpled to the turf without being hit early in the second quarter Thursday and grabbed his knee. But he eventually walked off under his own power and later returned to the game.
"It was obviously an awkward fall," he said. "It was similar to what I did last year (when he tore his ACL), with the knee going straight into the ground like that. Luckily, my quad is strong enough and the leg is intact."