The team announced that Maclin has passed his physical and will fly to Baltimore Tuesday to officially sign the contract. Maclin, 29, had dinner with wide receivers coach Bobby Engram and met with coach John Harbaugh before making the decision.
Terms of the contract have not yet been reported.
He watched the NBA Finals with several Ravens players at Tony Jefferson’s house, according to the Ravens’ team website.
“Yo @jmac___19 you know what to do,” Jefferson tweeted Monday morning.
ESPN reported that the Ravens could still be a landing spot for Decker, despite landing Maclin.
The Kansas City Chiefs released Maclin in June as he was entering the third year of his five-year, $55 million contract with the franchise.
The Cleveland Browns also inquired about Maclin. He visited the Ravens first on Wednesday.
Maclin had a career-low 536 yards and two scores on 44 receptions in 12 games last season while dealing with a groin injury. The No. 19 overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft played his first five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles before joining the Chiefs in 2014. Maclin had 1,318 yards and 10 scores on 85 receptions to make his only Pro Bowl in 2014 with the Eagles.
Maclin was married in May to longtime girlfriend Adia Kuzma. He joins Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman in the Ravens’ formidable pass-catching crew, after the franchise lost All-Pro Steve Smith to retirement.