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Jeremy Maclin still a free agent, leaves Baltimore without a contract

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The 29-year-old wideout is still on the market.

The Buffalo Bills may still be in the running for Jeremy Maclin after all.

Maclin, who was released by the Kansas City Chiefs last week, has left the Baltimore Ravens facility without a contract, according to Ravens head coach Jim Harbaugh.

As of right now, there aren’t any other teams Maclin is known to have a meeting scheduled with. Both teams have a pronounced need at wide receiver; the Ravens have lost three of their top four pass catchers from last season, and former first-round pick Breshad Perriman didn’t inspire much confidence last season with only 33 catches for 499 yards in 16 games.

Maclin made a much-publicized two-day visit with the Bills, one that included his close friend LeSean McCoy posting a video to Instagram that made the signing seem almost imminent. Bills head coach Sean McDermott, who has shared a locker room with Maclin before and has a close relationship with his old head coach, said today that “knee-jerk reactions ... are not healthy” when it comes to free agents.

It seems like both sides are sleeping on it, and it’s also possible a new suitor shows up over the next couple days. Stay tuned, folks.