Chiefs Release WR Maclin After Two Seasons – The Kansas City Chiefs announced Friday they have released wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. The move, which came after the Chiefs wrapped up the second week of voluntary workouts, saves the Chiefs $10 million in cap space because Maclin was cut after June 1. Maclin, 29, signed a five-year, $55 million contract with Kansas City in 2015. With his release, the Chiefs now have just $7.7 million allocated to 11 wide receivers.
Ravens Fear Pitta Injury Career-Ending – Tight end Dennis Pitta re-injured his right hip Friday, the second straight day that the Baltimore Ravens have dealt with a significant injury. Pitta dislocated his hip for the third time in four years and this time it could be a career-ending injury, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Pitta will need surgery to repair his dislocated hip. He hurt his hip without being hit, according to the Ravens. During a closed practice, Pitta stretched out to make a catch and fell to the ground. When he tried to get up, he couldn’t put any weight on his leg.