The Eagles have re-signed wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to a one-year deal reports Adam Schefter of ESPN. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the deal is worth $3.5 million guaranteed and up to a maximum of $6 million.
Maclin, who just finished the last year of his rookie contract, injured his right knee during a 7-on-7 drill without any contact during training camp in August. He started off the line during a drill and just collapsed grabbing his right leg. He was carted off the field and missed the entire 2013 season.
This is interesting because just yesterday it was reported Maclin wanted a one-year "show me" contract to prove he is healthy to get a larger deal next offseason while the Eagles wanted a legitimate multi-year contract with the injured wideout.
In 2012 with the Eagles, Maclin caught 69 passes for 857 yards and seven touchdowns. In four full seasons in Philadelphia, he has pulled in 258 balls for 3,453 yards and 26 touchdowns. Maclin had only missed five games in his career prior to 2013.
Maclin joins Riley Cooper as two key wide receivers the Eagles have retained this offseason.
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