Jeremy Maclin

Team

Kansas City Chiefs

Position

Wide Receiver

Date Range

2015-Present

TRANSACTION HISTORY:

  • Signed with Kansas City Chiefs in 2015
  • Drafted 19th overall in the 2009 NFL Draft

AWARDS: 

  • 2009 Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week
  • 2008 Consensus All-American
  • 2007 Consensus All-American

PRO CAREER:

PHILADELPHIA (2009-present):

  • 15 of his 26 career TD receptions have  come in the red zone
  • In 2011, Maclin, DeSean Jackson and Brent Celek became the first trio of teammates to each post 800+ yards in team history
  • Maclin  (21 years old), Celek  (24), and  Jackson (23) became the first trio of teammates age  24-years-old-or-younger in NFL history to each post 50+ catches, 750+ yards and 4+ touchdowns in a season in 2009
  • Became the  first Eagles rookie to ever post two 40+ yard TD receptions in the  same game (51 and  40 yards vs. TB on 10/11/09)
  • Set an Eagles postseason record with 146 receiving yards at Dal. (1/9/10). His 146 yards were the most ever by a rookie in the postseason. Also became the  youngest player (21 years old) in NFL history with a postseason TD catch on a career-long 76 yarder from Michael Vick

2012  SEASON:

  • Led team with 69 catches, 857 receiving yards, and 7 touchdowns
  • Had a team-high 116 receiving yards on 8 catches vs. Was. (12/23)
  • Caught the   game-winning  touchdown, a one-yard pass from Foles, as time expired to give the Eagles a 23-21 victory at Tampa Bay (12/9). Also tallied a team-best nine catches for 104 yards
  • Amassed team-highs with eight catches and 93 yards, including a 44-yard TD from Foles in the third quarter vs. Dal. (11/11)
  • Registered a season-high 130 receiving yards on 6 catches, in- cluding a 70-yard TD reception, the third-longest of his career, late in the  fourth quarter vs. Det. (10/14)
  • Posted team highs with seven catches and 96 yards, including an 18-yard TD catch, in the  Eagles 17-16  win at Cle. (9/9)

2011  SEASON:

  • Led the  Eagles with 63 receptions (for 859 yards and  5 TDs)  and teamed with DeSean Jackson and  TE Brent Celek  to become the first trio of Eagles to each post 800+ yards in team history
  • Posted team highs in catches (8) and  yards (105) in season finale vs. Was. (1/1)
  • Grabbed 5 passes for 72 yards and a 5-yard TD from Michael Vick in the  final seconds of the  first half at Dal. (12/24)
  • Snagged a 12-yard TD pass from  Vick vs. Dal. (10/30)
  • Caught 5+ passes in a career-best five straight games from weeks 2-6
  • Posted career highs in catches (13), yards (171) and  TDs (2) in Sunday night contest at Atl. (9/18). The reception total was the 3rd most in team history behind Brian  Westbrook (14 on 11/4/07) and Don Looney (14 on 12/1/40)
  • In his first NFL game in his hometown of St. Louis (9/11), caught one pass, a 20 yarder on a 3rd-and-10 play

2010  SEASON:

  • Led the Eagles in receiving TDs (10) and ranked 2nd in receptions(70) and  yards (964)
  • Hauled in two  TD passes from  Vick, including the  game-tying score with 1:16 remaining as part of a dramatic comeback win at NYG (12/19)
  • Corralled a career-high 9 catches for 120 yards vs. NYG (11/21)
  • Hauled in a 48-yard scoring pass from Vick at Was. (11/15) as part of a 4-79 receiving night
  • Posted a career high in rec. yards (159) and TDs (2) vs. Atl. (10/17), including a career-long, 83-yard TD catch from  Kevin Kolb
  • Registered 95 yards on 6 catches, including a 41-yard bomb  from Kolb at SF (10/10)
  • Caught four  passes for 83 yards and two TDs from  Vick at Jax. (9/26), marking the 4th straight game (including last year’s Wild Card  playoff game) that he has had  a receiving TD
  • Hauled in a 9-yard scoring pass from Vick at Det. (9/19) and a 17- yard TD pass from Vick vs. GB (9/12).

2009 SEASON

  • Finished 3rd among NFL rookies in receptions (56), and receiving yards (773), and 5th in touchdowns (4)
  • His 56 catches and 773 yards both ranked 4th among Eagles rookies all time
  • Had at least four catches and 60 yards in four straight games (11/5 at SD thru 12/6 at Atl.) and registered a 56-yard catch at Atl. (12/6)
  • Hauled in a highlight-film 27-yard catch from Donovan  McNabb to set up the  game-winning field goal  vs. Den. (12/27).  Also led the team in receptions (6) and  yards (92)
  • Caught a 5-yard TD pass from  QB Donovan  McNabb  at SD (11/15)
  • Caught a 23-yard pass for a touchdown from QB Donovan  McNabb vs. NYG (11/1)
  • Led the team with six catches for 142 yards and  two touchdowns vs. TB (10/11),  and became the  first Eagles rookie with two 40- plus-yard touchdown catches in a game (51, 40). His 142 yards was the third-highest total ever for an Eagles rookie behind Don Looney (180  on  12/1/40 at  Was.)  and  Hank Baskett (177  on 12/31/06 vs. Atl.)

COLLEGE:

  • A two-time first-team All American, scored a school record 33 TDs in 28 games (22 receiving, six rushing, three punt  returns, two kickoff  returns). He was  the  1st  player in school history to score via all four methods
  • Amassed 5,609  all-purpose yards (2,315 receiving; 668 rushing; 577 on punt  returns; 2,049 on kickoff returns) in his two-year ca- reer, joining Derek Abney of Kentucky (2000-03)  as the only play- ers in college history to  gain  more than 2,000  yards  via both receiving and  kickoff returns in a career
  • His 22 career TD receptions are a school record
  • Earned first-team All-America honors in 2007, becoming the first freshman in school history to do so, after starting 12 games and setting the  NCAA freshman single-season record with 2,776 all- purpose yards
  • Started all 14 games as a sophomore and  led  the  nation with a school single-season record 2,833 all-purpose yards, which is the 5th-highest total in NCAA history. He set school single-season records with 102 receptions and 1,260 yards, adding 13 TDs. Former Eagle Victor Bailey  previously held the yardage record with 1,210 in 1992.
  • Also racked up 293 rushing yards and  two touchdowns; 270 punt return yards and  one  touchdown; and 1,010 kickoff returns and one TD as a sophomore
  • His 1,346 total return yards in 2007 (307 on punts; 1,039 on kick- offs)  was  two  shy  of the  NCAA single-season record of 1,348, gained by Derek Abney of Kentucky in 2002
  • Finished 2nd on the  team with 80 receptions, gaining 1,055 yards and  nine  TDs as a freshman in 2007. Also racked up 375 rushing yards and four TDs, 307 punt  return yards and two TDs, and 1,039 kickoff return yards and one TD
  • Was granted a medical hardship in 2006 after suffering a torn ACL in his  right knee while working out  prior  to the  start of August camp

PERSONAL:

  • Resides in South Jersey
  • Has his own charity named “J-Mac Gives Back”
  • Annually provides kids in the Kirkwood-Meacham Park Area with a backpack full of school year essentials. In 2012, J-Mac’s Back To School Packs provided underprivileged families with school supplies back  in his hometown
  • Began playing  football at the  age  of nine as a running back,  defensive end and linebacker for the Kirkwood (MO) Cowboys. Scored 32 TDs in his  first season and  helped his  team to a 72-3 record over four seasons, including a national championship at the age of 11 when  they beat a team from Tucker, GA, in Florida
  • Attended Kirkwood HS, where he was considered the top wide receiver and one of the top overall prospects to come out of the state of Missouri in 2006. Maclin scored 55 career touchdowns in HS as a receiver, defensive back and return specialist
  • Also starred in basketball at Kirkwood,  earning honorable mention All-State and first-team All-Conference as a junior  guard, averaging 13.3 points, 5.2 assists and 4.1 steals per game. Chose to pursue football in college because of his love for the game. “Football  was  the  sport that I loved.  I woke up every day and couldn’t imagine not playing  football.”
  • Created two annual scholarships: the Jeremy Maclin Football Endowment at the University of Missouri as well as the National Football Foundation and  College Hall of Fame Jeremy Maclin Scholarship
  • In 2012,  partnered with the  Delaware Valley chapter of the  National Adoption Center to bring  adopted children and  their families  to a home game as well as a meet and greet with Jeremy afterwards
  • Majored in sociology