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Jeremy Macklin Signs With Ravens: Latest Odds

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Jun/12/2017

After being cut by the Kansas City Chiefs, the Baltimore Ravens have signed wide receiver and free agent Jeremy Macklin. The Ravens are currently priced high at -133 to win 9 or more regular season games.

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Maclin was originally expected to join either the Eagles or the Bills.

Maclin will sign his contract before the Ravens' first mandatory minicamp practice Tuesday. He passed his physical last week during his visit to Baltimore.

Maclin has averaged 68 catches, 900-plus receiving yards and six touchdowns in his seven-year NFL career.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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