Jeremy Maclin, a perfect fit for Ravens’ offense, could be rare June impact move

Impact roster additions in June are few and far between for NFL teams. Jeremy Maclin could be—in all honesty, should be—just that for the Baltimore Ravens.

A week after being released by the Chiefs in a surprise cost-cutting move, Maclin reportedly signed with Baltimore on Monday. He is precisely the type of piece the Ravens entered the off-season in need of, yet have been on able to acquire either via the draft or earlier free agency.

Maclin should slot right into the regular rotation at wide receiver, alongside Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman. Let’s put an emphasis on “slot,” too, because Maclin has extensive experience—and has done some of his best work—from an interior alignment. The Ravens had pinned a great deal of their ’17 hopes on the Wallace-Perriman duo, but they also must replace Kamar Aiken, Steve Smith and injured tight end Dennis Pitta. All of those players proved effective out of the slot.

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