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Draft Scout News
01/20/16 - WR Jeremy Maclin's addition through free agency was huge for the Kansas City offense. He led the Chiefs with 87 catches for 1,088 yards and eight tpuchdowns.
01/18/16 - WR Jeremy Maclin gave his sprained right ankle a go in the divisional round game in the playoffs against New England. Maclin didn't last long, playing just 38 percent of the offensive snaps, all but a handful of those in the first half. "It was tough man," said Maclin, who caught two passes for 23 yards. "It was painful. I told myself I was going to go out there and do what I could to help my team win. The pain reached a point where it was time for me to come out of the game."
01/15/16 - WR Jeremy Maclin (ankle) worked in the warm-up phase of practice on Thursday as the Chiefs finished their on-field preparation for Saturday's game in the AFC playoffs against New England. Maclin's availability for the divisional round game remains day-to-day and head coach Andy Reid said it would likely be a game-day decision if his leading receiver will be on the field.
01/13/16 - WR Jeremy Maclin (ankle) did not participate in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday in preparation for Saturday's game against New England in the AFC playoffs. He also missed Tuesday's practice. Maclin was moving around the locker room without a problem, and did not have his high right ankle sprain taped or braced.
Thursday will be the true test of exactly what availability he might have in the game.
01/11/16 - WR Jeremy Maclin (ankle) left the game in Houston. The team is calling his availability day-to-day, but the nature of high ankle sprains is that they take sometimes several weeks to recover from.