Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin announced his retirement from the NFL on Sunday.
He made the statement at the baby for his wife, Adia Kuzma, using video submitted by a friend on societal networking. Maclin additionally tweeted the news Sunday.
There’ll be a letter and video to follow along soon in the near future. It is true I am retiring from the NFL! Stay tuned for how/why I came to this choice. Much love everybody!
— Jeremy Maclin (@jmac___19) March 2-4, 2019
Maclin, 30, did not play last season after he was released by the Baltimore Ravens.
Drafted 19th overall by the Eagles at ’09, he played with his first five seasons in Philadelphia earlier signing up a last-minute contract in free agency with all the Kansas City Chiefs at 2015. He lasted only two season in Kansas City, but before being published by the team from 2017 and later signing with the Ravens.
He completes his NFL career with 514 receptions for 6,835 yards and 49 touchdowns in eight seasons. He emerged in four playoff matches (two with all the Eagles and 2 with all the Chiefs) and also had 17 catches for 299 yards and a touchdown in those matches.