Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin will reportedly sign with the Kansas City Chiefs.

By SI Wire
March 08, 2015

Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin will sign with the Kansas City Chiefs once free agency begins on Tuesday, reports ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

ESPN.com's Adam Schefter reports that Maclin will receive $11 million per season. Before last season, he signed a one-year extension with a maximum value of $6 million and $3.5 million guaranteed with the Philadelphia Eagles.

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[daily_cut.nfl]Maclin, 26, spent his first six NFL seasons with the Eagles. He caught 85 passes for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, one year after missing the 2013 season due to a torn ACL.

The 19th overall draft pick by the Eagles in 2009, Maclin has caught 343 passes for 4,771 yards and 36 touchdowns over 75 career games.

Maclin, a Missouri native and Missouri Tigers product, is reuniting with Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Reid coached Maclin in Philadelphia from 2009-12.

Last season, the Chiefs became the first team in the modern era to not have any wide receivers catch a touchdown pass over a 16-game season.

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After trading running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills last week and releasing wide receiver DeSean Jackson last March, the Eagles' offense has undergone a significant makeover in the past year.

Philadelphia reportedly re-signed quarterback Mark Sanchez to a two-year deal on Sunday, and also reportedly added running back Frank Gore and cornerback Byron Maxwell.

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