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Maclin had four catches for 45 yards and a touchdown on 11 targets in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts.

Maclin has eight receptions for 142 yards and two touchdowns on 22 targets through the first two weeks of the season. There's no denying that he's off to an encouraging start for fantasy owners, but he didn't play all that well from a real-life perspective Monday, as he failed to break up an interception, and also dropped a pass. Still, the miscues aren't particularly concerning, given that fellow Eagles wideouts Riley Cooper and Jordan Matthews struggled. Maclin leads the team in targets, and he's getting looks on deep balls and in the red zone.

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Maclin had four catches on 10 targets for 97 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Jaguars.

The Eagles' offense really struggled in the first half and they trailed 17-0 at halftime. They completely turned it around after the break, scoring 34 unanswered points, highlighted by Maclin's 68-yard touchdown catch that put them up for good with just under seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Maclin missed all of last season after tearing his ACL in training camp, but he didn't appear to be affected by it at all Sunday and he looks like the clear No. 1 receiver in Philadelphia.

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Maclin (hamstring) is not on the injury report for Week 1.

Maclin will start Sunday's game against Jacksonville, his first regular season action since Dec. 30 of 2012. He has much better pedigree than fellow starting wideout Riley Cooper, who made it to 800 yards and eight touchdowns in the Chip Kelly offense last year, so it's easy to see Maclin providing WR3 value or better if he can have some good injury luck. He caught six passes for 43 yards in Philadelphia's third preseason game.

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Maclin (hamstring) caught six passes for 43 yards on eight targets in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers.

Maclin was responsible for perhaps the most unusual moment of the night, as he went down with a non-contact injury, but then returned to the field shortly thereafter. He was holding the leg in which he tore an ACL last season, yet showed no signs of being any worse for the wear. Locked in as a starter across from Riley Cooper, Maclin is a decent bet to lead the Eagles' receiving corps in catches and targets, though Nick Foles' attention will likely be spread around. The hamstring that recently bothered Maclin seems fine, and he'll likely sit out the final preseason game.

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Maclin (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, reports.

Maclin's practice participation Monday was characterized as limited by the Star-Ledger. Meanwhile, Riley Cooper also practiced Monday, with the report suggesting that the Eagles' starting wideout duo is expected to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers.

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Maclin (hamstring) will not practice Sunday, but is expected to be a full participant during Monday's session, CSN Philadelphia reports.

Maclin tweaked his hamstring during practice last week, which caused him to miss Friday's preseason game against the Bears. However, had it been the regular season, Maclin reportedly would have been healthy enough to play. As such, his injury isn't cause for much concern and he'll return to action Monday. With Riley Cooper (foot) also back practicing, the Eagles will finally have their top wideout tandem available come Monday.

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Maclin (hamstring) is among the Eagles in line to not play Friday night against the Patriots, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Maclin, who did not participate in Thursday morning's walkthrough, is thus far downplaying his hamstring issue. Meanwhile, fellow starting wideout Riley Cooper is also slated to sit out Friday's contest.

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Maclin (hamstring) did not participate in Thursday morning's walkthrough, reports.

Maclin, who tweaked his left hamstring during Wednesday's practice, is thus unlikely to play in Friday night's contest against the Patriots. Meanwhile, Maclin, who missed all of last season with a torn ACL, downplayed his most recent injury, indicating after Wednesday's practice that "it shouldn't be a big deal." For now, we'll consider the wideout day-to-day.

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Maclin left Wednesday's practice early and later said he slightly tweaked his left hamstring while making a touchdown catch, CSN Philadelphia reports.

Maclin exited Wednesday's session as a precaution and still hopes to play in Friday's second preseason game, although he's unsure if he'll be able to do so. Projected to be Philadelphia's No. 1 wideout this season, Maclin may err on the side of caution considering he's coming off an ACL tear last summer. Fortunately, Maclin doesn't consider the hamstring tweak to be serious, so even if he sits out Friday's game, he should be back in action fairly soon.

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Maclin (leg) started Friday's preseason opener against the Bears, CSN Philadelphia's Geoff Mosher reports.

Maclin caught one pass for 15 yards on a lone target. He's locked in as a starter and appears to be Philadelphia's most dangerous wide receiver. The minor leg soreness he experienced earlier this week can be considered a non-issue.