Terry McLaurin

#17 WR / Washington Football Team / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 210 lb Age: 26 College: Ohio State Bye 9

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Limited to four grabs

    Terry McLaurin brought in four of seven targets for 62 yards in Washington's 43-21 loss to the Bills on Sunday.McLaurin unsurprisingly paced Washington in targets while tying Logan Thomas for the team lead in receptions. The speedy third-year wideout's line matched his Week 1 tally, with his 11-catch, 107-yard, one-touchdown effort versus the Giants in Week 2 the outlier thus far through three weeks. McLaurin will look to get back to that type of production when Washington tangles with the Falcons on the road Week 4.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Paces pass catchers in win

    Terry McLaurin secured 11 of 14 targets for 107 yards and a touchdown in Washington's 30-29 win over the Giants on Thursday night.The speedy third-year man was unsurprisingly Taylor Heinicke's top target throughout the night, and he contributed several key receptions. McLaurin came down with a contested 11-yard touchdown grab early in the second quarter, and he also notched a six-yard catch to move the ball to the Giants' 30 on the offense's penultimate play from scrimmage during Washington's game-winning drive. Through two games, McLaurin has now recorded 15 receptions for 169 yards, and his rapport with Heinicke on Thursday certainly sends him into a Week 3 road contest versus the Bills a week from Sunday with plenty of momentum.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Second-half surge not enough

    Terry McLaurin caught all four of his targets for 62 yards in Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Chargers.34 of McLaurin's 62 yards came on a poor pass from Taylor Heinicke that was inexplicably whiffed on mid-air by a Chargers defender, setting up a pretty sideline catch. Washington made a concerted effort to involve McLaurin in the offense to start the second half, setting up three of his four catches to start the third, but he was curiously absent from the gameplan the rest of the way. Who McLaurin will be catching passes from in future weeks will be something to monitor as starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick left Sunday's contest with a hip injury, forcing Heinicke into relief.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Unlikely to play Saturday

    Terry McLaurin and a slew of other key players likely will be held out of Saturday's preseason game against Baltimore, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.The list also includes RB Antonio Gibson, TE Logan Thomas and WRs Dyami Brown and Adam Humphries. The Washington offense appears in much better shape than last season, though key offseason addition Curtis Samuel (groin) still hasn't practiced since early June. Regardless of Samuel's availability, McLaurin is the centerpiece of Washington's passing game heading into a Week 1 home date with the Chargers.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Targeted three times

    Terry McLaurin caught two of three targets for 25 yards in Thursday's 22-12 preseason loss to New England.McLaurin had a 22-yard gain on the second play of the game and ultimately accounted for three of Ryan Fitzpatrick's eight targets. The star wideout will see plenty of looks in any scenario, but he could really be busy early in the season if Curtis Samuel's absence extends past August. Washington's big offseason acquisition has been on the PUP list since the start of training camp, bothered by the same groin injury that kept him out of offseason practices in early-to-mid June. Next up for McLaurin are exhibitions against Cincinnati (Aug. 20) and Baltimore (Aug. 28), followed by the season opener versus the Chargers on Sept. 12.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Training with Doug Baldwin

    Terry McLaurin recently worked with former Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin to improve his releases off the line of scrimmage, independent NFL journalist Mark Bullock reports.During his career, Baldwin made a living with toughness, technique and reliable hands, while McLaurin is far more physically gifted, having run a 4.35-second 40-yard dash at 6-foot-2, 208 pounds. The third-year pro has also proven himself to be a quick learner in the NFL, with rapid improvement on short and intermediate routes allowing him to put up 1,118 receiving yards in 15 games last season despite playing in an offense with minimal downfield passing. The hope in Washington is that veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick can help create a more balanced passing game, which would give McLaurin a shot to mesh his big-play ability from 2019 (15.8 yards per reception, seven touchdowns in 14 games) with his big-time volume from 2020 (8.9 targets, 5.8 catches per week). He faces more competition for targets this season, with Washington adding Curtis Samuel, Adam Humphries and third-round pick Dyami Brown in the offseason.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Solid effort in season-ending loss

    Terry McLaurin (ankle) brought in six of seven targets for 75 yards in Washington's 31-23 wild-card loss to the Buccaneers on Saturday night.The second-year speedster was second to Cam Sims in receptions and receiving yards during Washington' season-ending loss. McLaurin powered through an ankle issue in Week 17 and Saturday night, managing to still put together a combined 13-115-1 line in that pair of contests. Having eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark during the regular season for the first time in his career while also setting a new high-water mark in receptions (87), McLaurin will look to reach even greater heights in 2021 with what he'll hope will be greater stability at the quarterback position.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Taking field Saturday

    Terry McLaurin (ankle) is listed as active Saturday versus the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.McLaurin managed two limited practices this week, which was two more than he logged prior to taking the field Week 17. In that contest, he put up seven catches (on eight targets) for 40 yards and one touchdown on the Eagles. The going may be tougher Saturday against a Tampa Bay defense that has given up 8.0 yards per target to wide receivers this season (tied for 14th best in the NFL).

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Questionable for Saturday

    Terry McLaurin (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's wild-card matchup with the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.McLaurin didn't practice at all last week but still gutted out a high-ankle sprain Week 17 against the Eagles, hauling in seven of eight targets for 40 yards and one touchdown. He got in some reps on the practice field this week, but his status won't be confirmed until about 90 minutes before Saturday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If he takes the field, McLaurin should be among Alex Smith's (calf) top targets, assuming the QB also is directing the offense.

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    Football Team's Terry McLaurin: Limited in practice

    Terry McLaurin (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.McLaurin didn't practice at all last week and was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated report. He's now ahead of where he was at the same time last week before he went on to catch seven of eight targets for 40 yards and a touchdown in the division-clinching win over Philadelphia. McLaurin, Alex Smith (calf) and Antonio Gibson (toe) are banged up, but all three appear likely to continue playing through their injuries in Saturday's wild-card game against Tampa Bay.

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