The Baltimore Ravens may not be done adding to their receiving corps.

Despite signing free-agent wideout Jeremy Maclin to a two-year contract on Monday, the Ravens still have their eyes on free-agent pass-catcher Eric Decker, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports.

Both Maclin and Decker were made available when they were surprisingly let go by their respective clubs. The Kansas City Chiefs cut Maclin on June 2 after two seasons as a cost-saving measure, and the New York Jets announced they would part ways with Decker days later as part of a roster rebuild.

Maclin joins a Ravens receiving corps that includes Mike Wallace, Breshad Perriman, and Michael Campanaro. Wide receiver was tabbed as a position of need this offseason, prompting the team’s interest in Maclin and Decker.

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