It’s still merely speculation but the throngs of Buffalo Bills fans’ hoping/wishing/writing about the team adding recently released wide receiver Jeremy Maclin may be in for some good news. Speaking with the media at his charity softball event in Rochester, LeSean McCoy says he was the “first person” Maclin talked to after being cut by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Courtesy of WROC-TV’s Thad Brown, here is that clip along with a couple more interesting nuggets from Shady:
— Thad Brown (@thadbrown7) June 4, 2017
Seemingly every time a big name offensive player gets released, people call for the Bills to sign him regardless if it’s a good fit or not. This time around however, it may be realistic, especially if LeSean is essentially telling us not to be surprised if Maclin does join Buffalo.
Between the Bills need for talent at the receiver position, the ties to McCoy and Sean McDermott from his coaching days in Philadelphia and the way this new front office is operating, it wouldn’t be a major surprise to see Jeremy Maclin rocking in Western New York this fall.