Jeremy Maclin

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Jeremy Maclin was born in Chesterfield, Missouri, United States on May 11th, 1988 and is the Football Player. At the age of 36, Jeremy Maclin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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May 11, 1988
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$20 Million
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Jeremy Maclin Life

Jeremy Maclin (born May 11, 1988) is a former American football wide receiver.

He played college football at Missouri, where he was a two-time consensus All-American, and was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft.

He also played for the Kansas City Chiefs and Baltimore Ravens, making a Pro Bowl appearance in 2014 with the Eagles.

He retired in 2019.

Early years

Maclin was born in Kirkwood, Missouri. He attended Kirkwood High School in Kirkwood, Missouri from 2002 to 2006, where he was a letterman in football and basketball.

Personal life

While with the Philadelphia Eagles, Maclin was a resident of West Deptford Township, New Jersey. On May 20, 2017, Maclin married Adia Kuzma.

On April 10, 2019 his wife, Adia, gave birth to daughter Jett Rose Maclin.

On April 25, 2021 his wife Adia, gave birth to his second daughter Krew Sophia Maclin.

In 2021, Maclin was named head football coach at Kirkwood High School in Kirkwood, Missouri.


Jeremy Maclin Career

College career

Maclin played for the University of Missouri from 2006 to 2008, where he served on Missouri Tigers football team under coach Gary Pinkel's. In 2007, and 2008, he served as a wide receiver, punt, and kick return specialist for the Missouri Tigers. He has set the NCAA freshman record for the most all-purpose yards in a single season. In his 14 games, his yardage totals in four categories were: 307 punt returning, 375 kickoff return, and 1,055 receiving for a total of 2,776 yards; an average of 198.3 yards per game.

Maclin was selected as a consensus first-team All-American wide receiver as a wide receiver and as an All-Purpose player. In the 2008 Cotton Bowl Classic, Maclin, paired with Heisman Trophy finalist quarterback Chase Daniel, led the Missouri Tigers to a 12–2 record and victory. As a kick returner, Maclin also earned All-America selections on several other teams. With 80 receptions and 16 touchdowns, he completed his All-American season.

Maclin's second season with the Tigers raised hopes and potential consideration for the Heisman Trophy. He returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the Tigers' season-opener against the Illinois Fighting Illini, but he left the game with an ankle injury. He had four receptions for 31 yards and a touchdown. Maclin's next game, against Southeast Missouri State, only had two passes for 20 yards and a touchdown. Maclin was also involved in a trick play, but quarterback Chase Daniel lined up at wide receiver and Maclin lined up at quarterback, and quarterback Aaron Maclin lined up at quarterback. Daniel was thrown a lateral by Maclin, who threw down a touchdown field. Against Nevada, Maclin made six receptions for 172 yards and three touchdowns.

With 202.36 (2,833 yds), Maclin led all major-college football in all-purpose yards per game. Over 15 yards more than second-place Jahvid Best (187.25) of California, in 14 games) and over 15,000 yards less than second-place Jahvid Best (187.25) of California. He had 1,260 receiving, 1,010 kickoff return, 293 yards, and 270 punt returns yardage for 2,833 all-purpose yards.

Maclin was named as a wide receiver on the Associated Press All-American and was then voted to the first team as the All-Purpose player.

* school record + NCAA freshman record


Professional career

Following his second season in Missouri, Maclin was deemed a top National Football League prospect, and roommate Sean Weatherspoon tried to convince Maclin to return for his junior year rather than leaving Missouri for the 2009 NFL Draft. Weatherspoon's attempts were ineffective, and Maclin declared for the 2009 NFL Draft on January 9, 2009. Mel Kiper Jr., a draft analyst, expected Maclin to make the Oakland Raiders with the tenth pick in the NFL Draft's first round, but he wanted to lower it to 4.29 seconds in the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. On February 22, 2009, he tripped and collapsed during a passing drill at the NFL Scouting Combine, extending his left knee and wasn't running at full speed, but he did run the 40-yard dash in 4.34 seconds and 4.4 seconds before losing in a new fashion. He led the 40-yard dash at the NFL Scout Combine in 4.45 seconds, but earlier unofficial times showed he ran the dash first in 4.34 seconds and then 4.44 seconds, contradicting other reports that said he ran the dash first in 4.34 seconds and then 4.44 seconds. Since initially assuming he would need an MRI on his injured left knee, it was announced that he did not need one as the knee was still healthy by the Combine. Because of the fall, he also had a sore right hip, but it was not significant. On the Wonderlic Test, Maclin scored a 25-out of 18 for wide receivers, which was much higher than average for wide receivers.

Maclin dropped further than expected in the draft, but the Philadelphia Eagles selected him in the first round with the 19th overall pick. Maclin was the third receiver to be drafted in the draft behind Darrius Heyward-Bey, who went seventh overall to the Oakland Browners, and Michael Crabtree, who finished tenth overall to the San Francisco 49ers.

Maclin agreed to a five-year, $15.5 million contract ($9.5 million as a result) on August 3, eight days after eight days of rifts with the Eagles front office.

In week 3, Maclin played against the Kansas City Chiefs in their first NFL game since being out of pocket for the injured Kevin Curtis. In that game, he had four passes for 33 yards.

The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 33–14 on October 11, 2009, with Maclin scoring his first NFL touchdown on a 51-yard reception from Donovan McNabb. Later in the game, Maclin earned his second NFL touchdown reception.

Maclin made a crucial late rally for the Eagles on December 27, 2009, during a home game against the Denver Broncos and with the score tied 27–27. McNabb threw a tight spiral to the sidelines, and Maclin caught it while toeing the line. The catch was initially thought incomplete, but on further investigation, it was determined a catch and first down. Three plays later, Eagles kicker David Akers kicked the game-winning field goal, giving Philadelphia a 28–27 victory. Maclin had 6 catches for 92 yards on 92 yards. He was named Rookie of the Week for his efforts this week.

Maclin became the youngest player to score a touchdown in NFL postseason history on January 9, 2010, age 21 years and 243 days. He made a 76-yard touchdown pass from Michael Vick in the second quarter, marking his longest touchdown pass of Vick's career and Maclin's longest career touchdown catch. Maclin led the Eagles to a new record for receiving yards in a playoff game, smashing Keith Jackson's record of 142 yards against the Chicago Bears in 1988.

Maclin was kicked off the training camp practice field after suffering a leg injury on August 3, 2010. He had a bone bruise, according to a new analysis. Maclin returned to the field later this season to catch 70 passes for 964 yards, the longest for 83 yards. He has also scored ten touchdowns. Maclin led the league in Red Zone receiving touchdowns with 7, tying New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks and NFC East rival Hakeem Nicks in the 2010 season. He also ran for 36 yards on three attempts, raising his total rush and receiving total of exactly 1,000 yards.

On August 3, 2011, Maclin was put on the active/non-football illnesses list. Coach Andy Reid said on August 5 that he expects Maclin to be healthy for the regular season. Maclin was forced out of training camp as a result of a lymphoma scare, according to the university. The signs he had appeared were not related to an inflammatory virus, not cancer. On August 27, he was activated from the active/non-football disease list. Maclin's 131 yards and 2 touchdowns in Week 2 in Week 2, but the Atlanta Falcons were defeated by a score of 31-35. He ended the 2011 season with 63 receptions for 859 yards and three receiving touchdowns.

During the 2012 season, Maclin made 69 receptions for 857 yards and seven touchdowns. In a 26–23 overtime loss to the Detroit Lions in Week 6, he had a season-high 130 receiving yards and a receiving touchdown.

Maclin suffered a torn ACL during training camp and was forced to miss the entire 2013 season. Maclin was first placed on the injured reserve list on July 30, 2013.

On February 28, 2014, it was reported that Maclin would sign a one-year contract that will keep him on the Eagles roster through the 2014 season. The deal was worth $6 million with $3.5 million as a guarantee. Since the arrival of DeSean Jackson, as well as a disappointing season for 2013 starter Riley Cooper, Maclin's role on the team had increased as the first-choice receiver. In Week 3, against the Washington Redskins, he had eight receptions for 154 yards and a touchdown. In Week 8, he had a season-best 187 receiving yards and two touchdowns against the Arizona Cardinals. In the 31–21 victory over the Houston Texans, he continued to play with 158 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns. For his game against Houston, he earned the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Throughout the 2014 NFL season, he led the team in yards (1,318) and receptions (85), both career highs, as well as touchdowns (101). For the first time since 2009, he had no fumbles. On January 16, 2015, Maclin was named as an alternate substitute for injured Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. He was ranked 61st by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2015.

Maclin signed a five-year, $55 million deal with the Kansas City Chiefs on March 11, 2015. In a Week 3 matchup against the Packers, Maclin got off slow, but he had eight receptions for 141 yards, becoming the first Chiefs wide receiver to pass for a touchdown since 2013. Despite being downplayed at midseason, the Buccaneers bounced back, catching for 160 yards and a touchdown against the Bills in Week 12 against the Bills and then 95 yards and 2 touchdowns against the Oakland Raiders. In the last three games of the season, he was solid, scoring a touchdown. He had a career-high 87 catches for 1,088 receiving yards and eight touchdowns on the season.

The Chiefs, who had been 11-5 after winning ten straight, advanced to the playoffs. Maclin started slow in the 3rd quarter, but he eventually picked up speed, catching 3 yards for 29 yards, but the rest of the game was postponed due to his ankle injury. Maclin, who some believed wouldn't play at all against the New England Patriots in the divisional round, was available, but he had very few snaps and was almost lost after the first half, with 2 catches on 3 yards for 23 yards.

Maclin was ranked as the 93rd best player in the NFL by his fellow NFLers on the 2016 NFL Top 100 Players of the NFL.

Maclin missed four games in the 2016 regular season due to a torn groin. He played only 12 games for his career lows of 44 receptions, 536 yards, and two touchdowns.

The Chiefs released Maclin on June 2, 2017.

The Baltimore Ravens signed Maclin to a two-year, $11 million deal, including $6 million in the first year.

In his Ravens debut, quarterback Joe Flacco scored his first touchdown with the team on September 10, which was a 48-yard reception. He had 40 receptions for 440 yards and three touchdowns on the season, finishing the season with 40 receptions for 440 yards and three touchdowns.

The Ravens cut Maclin on March 14, 2018.

Maclin resigned on March 24, 2019.

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