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2017 Baltimore Ravens Yearbook

WR JEREMY MACLIN Entering his ninth NFL season, Maclin has posted 474 receptions for 6,395 yards and 46 TDs in 102 career games (100 starts). A 2009 rst-round draft pick (19th overall) by Philadelphia, he played six seasons (2009-14) for the Eagles and then spent the last two years (2015-16) with the Chiefs. (He missed the 2013 campaign with an ACL injury.) Maclin has twice produced 80-catch, 1,000-yard receiving seasons, doing so in 2014 (85 for 1,318) and in 2015 (87 for 1,088). With his career-high 1,318 receiving yards and 10 receiving TDs (also tied for a personal best) during the 2014 campaign, Maclin earned Pro Bowl honors. His 87 receptions in 2015 stand as a career high and set the Chiefs’ single-season record by a wide receiver. In 2016, while helping Kansas City advance to the Divisional Playoffs, Maclin recorded 44 catches for 536 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games. He missed four contests (Weeks 10-13) with a groin injury. “I’M EXCITED ABOUT HAVING JEREMY. ANYTIME YOU CAN ADD A GOOD PLAYER, IT HELPS YOUR TEAM.” – QB JOE FLACCO RB DANNY WOODHEAD Since Woodhead entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the New York Jets in 2009, he is one of four players (Jamaal Charles, Matt Forte and Darren Sproles) to produce at least 15 rushing TDs and 15 receiving TDs. (Woodhead has 15 rushing and 17 receiving scores in his career.) The 5-8, 200-pounder is entering his ninth NFL season after playing in 93 career games for three different teams (San Diego: 2013-16, New England: 2010-12 and the Jets: 2009-10). Compiling 4,680 yards from scrimmage during his career, he has tallied 2,182 rushing yards (on 503 attempts) and 2,498 receiving yards (on 267 receptions). In 2016, Woodhead tore his ACL in Week 2 and spent the season on IR. During the 2015 campaign, however, when he played in all 16 games, he produced career highs in yards from scrimmage (1,091) and total TDs (9). He also led the NFL in receptions (80, tied, Theo Riddick), receiving yards (755) and receiving TDs (6) by a running back. “HE CAN RUN THE BALL, HE CAN PASS PROTECT, HE CAN CATCH THE BALL OUT OF THE BACKFIELD, AND HE CAN LINE UP AS A RECEIVER AND CATCH THE BALL.” – JOHN HARBAUGH 2017 BALTIMORE RAVENS YEARBOOK 135


2017 Baltimore Ravens Yearbook
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