In a move that shocked the NFL on Friday, the Chiefs released wideout Jeremy Maclin.
Since then, the Pro Bowl receiver has been linked to a number of teams.
According to fresh odds from BookMaker.eu, the Baltimore Ravens are the surprise favorites to get Maclin at +175, meaning you'd win $175 from a $100 bet.
The Ravens lost longtime wideout Steve Smith to retirement. Smith led the team last year with five receiving TDs.
The Chicago Bears, whose hodge-podge receiving corps includes Cameron Meredith, Kevin White and Markus Wheaton, are +350 to land Maclin, who would provide a much-needed veteran presence.
The Buffalo Bills, who are reportedly using Tyrod Taylor and LeSean McCoy to lure Maclin, are +400, or 4/1, to sign Maclin. Those odds seem like a steal given the amount of chatter tying Maclin to Buffalo, and we're surprised the Bills aren't the favorites.
The Los Angeles Rams (+900), Detroit Lions (+1000), and Cleveland Browns (+2000) also have been linked to Maclin.
The field, or any other NFL team, is +125, meaning you'd win $125 from a $100 bet.
Maclin is entering his eighth season. He spent the first five with the Philadelphia Eagles, ending with a massive 1,318-yard, 10-touchdown campaign in 2014. That earned him his lone Pro Bowl bid.
He followed former Eagles coach Andy Reid to Kansas City in 2015, but suffered through an ineffective 2016 in which he only scored twice in 12 games played.
From BookMaker.eu: Jeremy Maclin team in Week 1 of 2017-18 NFL regular season:
- Baltimore Ravens +175
- Chicago Bears +350
- Buffalo Bills +400
- Los Angeles Rams +900
- Detroit Lions +1000
- Cleveland Browns +2000
- Field +125