It sounds like there’s a good shot that the Kansas City Chiefs will see Jeremy Maclin again. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Maclin is scheduled to take a free agent visit to the Buffalo Bills today and potentially the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday.
Former Chiefs' WR Jeremy Maclin is scheduled to visit Buffalo today, with plans being made to visit Baltimore on Wednesday, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 6, 2017
Check out what Buffalo Rumblings is saying about it here. The Chiefs play the Bills this year so they would see Maclin if that’s where he ends up signing. That game will be at Arrowhead in November and it would be a little weird to see Maclin scoring on the Chiefs because you know he would badly want to do that. Even if it’s not personal, it’s still a little personal. You got fired, you want to score on your former team.
I’m also curious to see how much Maclin gets paid. It won’t be a perfect comparison to what the Chiefs were going to pay him because it’s June and not March when the big money is flowing but someone out there is going to get a bargain.
There are a few connections in Buffalo that seem to make them the front runner, including David Culley, who was the Chiefs receivers coach the past four years, and Bills head coach Sean McDermott who was in Philly for part of Maclin’s time there.