WR - FA
Week 4 Outlook
The Ravens have released 29-year-old wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The team saves $5 million in cap space with the move.
Maclin was deemed expendable by the team after Baltimore signed free agent wideouts John Brown and Ryan Grant. Maclin was again hampered by injuries in 2017, as he hasn't played in more than 12 games in a season since 2015. His value will ultimately be determined by his landing spot.
Jeremy Maclin (knee) was downgraded to doubtful Friday ahead of Sunday's must-win game against the Bengals.
Chris Moore will get the start opposite Mike Wallace, with Michael Campanaro and Breshad Perriman mixing in this week against the Bengals. If the Ravens win they'll earn a playoff spot and even though Cincinnati has no playoff aspirations, it'll be a tough matchup for the Ravens' air attack.
Jeremy Maclin (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
The game this Sunday against the Bengals is an important one for the Ravens, win and they're in the playoffs. If Maclin sits, it'll be Mike Wallace, Michael Campanaro, Breshad Perriman, and Chris Moore handling wide receiver duties.
Jeremy Maclin (knee) is inactive for the Ravens' Week 16 game against the Colts.
Maclin was doubtful coming in, so his inactive status isn't a surprise. Mike Wallace should see plenty of targets and be a fantasy-relevant wide receiver.
Jeremy Maclin (knee) has been listed as doubtful for Saturday's game with the Colts.
Mike Wallace has the potential to be a target-monster against a team that has allowed a league-high 61 completions of 20-plus yards. Michael Campanaro will fill in for Maclin, and the Colts slot-coverage will be missing CB Nate Hairston (concussion) so he has some appeal. Finally, Ben Watson could see an uptick in targets and the Colts have allowed the tenth-most fantasy points to tight ends