WR - WAS
This Week Outlook
Terry McLaurin caught six of seven targets for 75 yards in a 31-23 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Saturday night.
McLaurin was efficient with his seven targets but was unable to find the end zone against the Buccaneers on Saturday. The second-year wide receiver is a rising star and will be a focal point of Washington's plans heading into the offseason.
Washington has listed star WR Terry McLaurin as questionable for Saturday night's playoff tilt with the Bucs.
McLaurin was able to fight through the ankle in Week 17 and is likely to do the same for Saturday. The Bucs have shown that their secondary can be exploited, and if the Football Team is going to pull off the upset, they need their WR1 healthy.
Washington WR Terry McLaurin (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
McLaurin was able to play through his ankle injury in Week 17. He's expected to play on Saturday against the Bucs but Washington's star wideout might be operating at less than 100 percent.
Washington wide receiver Terry McLaurin caught seven of his eight targets for 40 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
The touchdown was McLaurin's first since Week 9 against the New York Giants. The second-year wideout finishes the season with 87 receptions for 1,118 yards and four touchdowns.
Washington wide receiver Terry McLaurin is officially active for the team's Week 17 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles despite being listed as questionable with an ankle injury.
McLaurin missed last week with an ankle sprain but is returning for a must-win Week 17 matchup against the Eagles. Alex Smith is also returning this week, which bolsters McLaurin's value in all formats.