Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #58 WR, #475/750 Overall, 2010: First-team All-Pac-10 choice by the Pac-10 coaches, Phil Steele, Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Recipient of the Cargill Award as the teamís impact player ... Equaled Samie Parkerís (2000-03) school records for receptions in a season (77) and a career (178) ... Tied for the conference lead and ranked 11th nationally with a UO single-season record 12 receiving touchdowns ... 24 career TD catches tied the Oregon career mark ... His 10 scores by a receiver in conference play were tops in the Pac-10 and second-most in the nation ... Set a new school mark with a TD catch in nine straight games after failing to find the end zone in the first two contests of the season ... Four games of 100 or more receiving yards ... Ranked second in the Pac-10 in receptions per game at 5.9 and third in yards at 82.8 ... Made at least one reception in 34 consecutive games to end his career ... Turned in just the eighth 1,000-yard receiving season at Oregon with 1,076 yards (3rd) ... Ranks seventh all-time at UO with 2,311 career receiving yards ... Made the longest reception in BCS Championship Game history, hauling in an 81-yard pass from Darron Thomas vs. Auburn ... Had BCS game-highs of nine receptions and 133 yards, and caught a game-tying 2-point PAT on Oregonís final offensive drive...2009: The Ducksí receiving leader (53 catches, 696 yards) finished the regular season with a flurry, accumulating five of his six touchdown catches in the final month of the season, as well as surpassing 100 yards in each of his last two appearances of the regular season ...2008: Oregonís second-leading receiver and 13-game starter tied for the team lead in touchdown catches (5), snagging one in three of his last four appearances ...2007: Evolved from a reserve in the defensive secondary to a solid special teams performer before moving into the starting lineup at wide receiver for the final three games of the season ... Playing in all 13 games, didnít make his way onto the offensive side of the ball in a game until November ... Finished the year with nine catches for 118 yards, including a team-high four receptions for 86 yards and one touchdown against Oregon State.
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11/12/14 - WR Jeff Maehl practiced Wednesday but was listed with a foot injury on the team's injury report. He didn't play Monday against Carolina, but it wasn't injury-related. The Eagles chose to activate Brad Smith instead because he's the team's emergency quarterback with Nick Foles out.
08/31/14 - WR Jeff Maehl, made the team as the sixth and final wideout, beating out Arrelious Benn and Ifeanyi Momah. Maehl can contribute more on special teams than either Benn or Momah.
08/11/14 - WR Jeff Maehl, who has been out for more than a week with a foot injury, returned to practice Sunday.
08/05/14 - WR Jeff Maehl has been in a walking boot since last week. The Eagles say it's nothing serious. He doesn't appear to be favoring the foot/ankle much.
12/04/13 - WR Jeff Maehl did not practice Wednesday. He suffered a concussion in Sunday's game against Arizona and it's not known whether he'll be cleared in time to play against the Lions this week.
12/02/13 - WR Jeff Maehl appeared to suffer a concussion in Sunday's game. But coach Chip Kelly said he had no knowledge of that Monday.
10/16/13 - WR Jeff Maehl is the team's No. 4 wide receiver, jumping over Damaris Johnson. Maehl played a season-high 12 snaps last week against the Bucs.
10/09/13 - WR Jeff Maehl played a season-high 20 snaps last week against the Giants. He didn't have any catches, but had two receptions, including an eight-yard touchdown catch, the week before against the Broncos. Maehl has moved ahead of Damaris Johnson as the team's No. 4 wide receiver and has replaced the team's No. 2 wideout, Riley Cooper, in some personnel packages.
Maehl played for Eagles coach Chip Kelly at Oregon.
"As Jeff continues to grasp what we're doing (his playing time will increase)," Kelly said. "The thing about Jeff is there is versatility for him, and he's not just an outside receiver. He's an outside receiver, an inside receiver, and a good special teams player. That's why we picked him up."
09/01/13 - WR Jeff Maehl made the team despite not even being signed until late in camp. Maehl played for Chip Kelly at Oregon. His familiarity with the offense was a big reason he was able to make a quick transition. He was targeted nine times in the Eagles' final preseason game against the Jets and had eight catches.
08/14/13 - WR Jeff Maehl was traded by the Texans to the Eagles for T Nate Menkin.