McLaurin caught seven of nine targets for 92 yards in Thursday's 41-16 win over the Cowboys.
He led Washington in catches, receiving yards and targets, and in fact Alex Smith only targeted the rest of the team's wide receiver corps twice all game. McLaurin is closing in on his first career 1,000-yard campaign and has topped 80 yards with at least five catches in five straight games, but both streaks could be in jeopardy in Week 13's road tilt with the undefeated Steelers.
McLaurin (ankle) is active for Thursday's game at Dallas, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
McLaurin progressed from non-participant Monday to full activity Wednesday, but Washington still attached a 'questionable' tag to his name for this Week 12 divisional matchup. With his status clarified, he'll take on a Cowboys defense that has given up the most touchdowns (20) and fifth-most yards per target (9.2) to wide receivers this season.
McLaurin (ankle) is expected to play Thursday against the Cowboys, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
McLaurin was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's practice estimate and it appears as though he'll give it a go Thursday. Official confirmation of his Week 12 status will arrive upon the release of Washington's inactives prior to the team's 4:30 ET kickoff.
McLaurin (ankle) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game in Dallas, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
McLaurin is listed as a full participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report, which would seem to indicate that he's on track to suit up versus the Cowboy on Thanksgiving Day. If McLaurin is indeed able to take the field in Dallas, count on him to serve as Alex Smith's clear top option in the passing attack, as usual.
McLaurin (ankle) was a limited participant in Tuesday's practice, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
After going down as a non-participant on Monday's estimated practice report, McLaurin was able to take his activity up a notch Tuesday. Washington hasn't yet suggested that McLaurin's ankle injury is anything overly worrisome, so the expectation is that he'll be ready to serve as the Football Team's top option in the passing game Thursday in Dallas.
McLaurin (ankle) did not practice Monday, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
McLaurin appeared undeterred by injury while leading Washington's receiving corps with five catches for 84 yards during Sunday's win over the Bengals, but it appears he's now dealing with an ankle issue. He's handled over 90 percent of offensive snaps in all but one of his 10 appearances this season, though, so it's possible that the Football Team is simply giving the star wideout some rest ahead of a Thanksgiving Day contest in Dallas. As long as McLaurin can return to practice Tuesday and/or Wednesday, he should have a fair shot to suit up against the Cowboys.
McLaurin caught five of seven targets for 84 yards in Sunday's 20-9 win over the Bengals.
McLaurin set up Washington's first touchdown with a 42-yard catch, which ended up accounting for exactly half of his receiving yards. The standout sophomore has already topped his rookie total with 62 catches through 10 games, and he's just 129 yards shy of reaching 1,000 for the second time in as many seasons. That production is even more impressive when you consider Washington's uneven play under center during McLaurin's tenure, and he'll get a chance to show off his skills to a national audience against the vulnerable Cowboys secondary on Thanksgiving.
McLaurin caught seven of nine targets for 95 yards and added a 27-yard rush during Sunday's 30-27 loss to the Lions. He also lost a fumble.
McLaurin got off to a slow start but hit his stride with a career-long carry in the first quarter. He was targeted often in what turned out to be a bit of a shootout and finished as the team leader in receiving yards yet again while tying for first in receptions. McLaurin lost a fumble that resulted in a Detroit field goal at the end of the second quarter -- a play that now looms large considering the home team ultimately won the game on a last-second field goal. Despite the mistake, it was another strong effort from the second-year wideout, who heads into next Sunday's matchup with the Bengals having posted at least 90 receiving yards in three straight games.
McLaurin corralled seven of eight targets for 115 receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Giants.
McLaurin concluded the NFC East battle as the game's leading receiver, though J.D. McKissic outpaced him in targets by six. The Ohio State product has been incredibly reliable in fantasy despite inconsistent quarterback play, as McLaurin has exceeded 60 receiving yards in seven of his eight outings this season. Volume has also remained steady, with McLaurin attracting at least seven targets in every one of his appearances thus far in 2020. Washington faces a Detroit defense in Week 10 that allowed multiple receptions to five different receivers Sunday in a loss to Minnesota, surrendering a total of 220 passing yards and three TDs through the air.
McLaurin caught seven of 11 targets for 90 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 25-3 win over the Cowboys.
McLaurin was limited mostly to short gains and did the majority of his damage on a 52-yard touchdown grab in the second quarter. The deep shot resulted in his longest gain of the season and got him into the end zone for the first time since Week 2. McLaurin is quietly on pace for over 1,300 yards for the season and will look to build off this strong effort in next Sunday's divisional matchup with the Giants.
McLaurin secured seven of 12 targets for 74 yards in the Washington Football Team's 20-19 loss to the Giants on Sunday.
McLaurin paced the WFT's pass catchers in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the way to another productive effort. It was a solid bounce-back performance for the second-year wideout, who'd posted a season-worst 3-26 line in Week 5 against the Rams while coming off a thigh injury. With quarterback Kyle Allen putting together a strong showing in Sunday's losing effort, there's reason for optimism with respect to McLaurin's prospects moving forward. He'll look to continue delivering on that potential versus the Cowboys in a Week 7 home contest.
McLaurin (thigh) brought in three of seven targets for 26 yards in the Washington Football Team's 30-10 loss to the Rams on Sunday.
McLaurin produced an atypically poor stat line, but he did check in second in targets and receiving yards on a pedestrian day for the WFT's offense overall. The second-year speedster had very strong chemistry with the demoted Dwayne Haskins, and with Kyle Allen leaving Sunday's game late in the first half with an arm injury, he hasn't yet had much of a chance to establish much rapport with the second-year signal-caller. Coach Ron Rivera already confirmed Allen will be the starter again as soon as he's healthy, so McLaurin may have a chance to work in tandem with the latter again in Week 6 against the Giants.
McLaurin (thigh) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
McLaurin was listed as questionable with the same injury last week, ultimately suiting up and catching 10 of 14 targets for 118 yards in a 31-17 loss to the Ravens. He'll catch passes from Kyle Allen instead of Dwayne Haskins this week, facing a Rams defense that could opt to use cornerback Jalen Ramsey in shadow coverage on McLaurin. Even so, McLaurin has earned must-start status in most fantasy leagues, as he's recording at least seven targets and 61 yards each week this season. There aren't many wideouts who can match his combination of talent and steady volume.
McLaurin (thigh) was seen participating in individual drills during Friday's practice, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
The 24-year-old practiced as a limited participant Thursday and appears to be working in a similar capacity at Friday's session. McLaurin played through the questionable tag Week 4 against the Ravens, finishing with 10 receptions on 14 targets for 118 yards. He appears no worse for wear after the heavy workload, but the release of the official injury report later in the day should shed more light on his status for this weekend's game versus the Rams.
McLaurin (thigh) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Prior to Week 4, McLaurin was limited at practice one time before sitting out entirely Friday, but he still suited up this past Sunday and recorded 10 catches (on 14 targets) for 118 yards against a tough Ravens defense. So far this week, he's followed an absence Wednesday with some reps Thursday, indicating improvement with his thigh issue. Ultimately, Friday's injury report will give a sense of his availability for Sunday's game against the Rams.
McLaurin isn't practicing Wednesday due to a thigh injury, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
McLaurin also missed practice with the same injury leading up to the Week 4 loss to Baltimore, but he played 90 percent of snaps during the contest and finished with 10 receptions for 118 yards on 14 targets. Garafolo notes that Washington is optimistic that McLaurin will be able to manage a similar feat and suit up versus the Rams on Sunday.
McLaurin tallied 10 receptions on 14 targets for 118 yards in Week 4 against Baltimore.
McLaurin took advantage of game script, vacuuming up 14 of Dwayne Haskins' 45 pass attempts. Five of his 10 receptions went for double-digit yards, highlighted by a 39-yard gain late in the fourth quarter. Though he has found the end zone only once through four games, McLaurin has racked up 387 receiving yards on 26 receptions and 39 targets. He'll look to continue his strong start to the campaign as Washington takes on the Rams in Week 5.
McLaurin (thigh) is active for the Week 4 matchup against Baltimore.
McLaurin missed practice Friday, which led to some questions about his status, but reports from Saturday night seemed to spark optimism. It appears he's since gone through pre-game warmups without major issue and is ready to take the field, though the matchup leaves a lot to be desired. While Baltimore sits in the middle of the pack in terms of fantasy points allowed to opposing wideouts -- due largely to last week's meltdown against the Chiefs -- it's still a secondary anchored by Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters at the cornerback spots. The unit has given up just two touchdowns to opposing wide receivers all season, though McLaurin will still be given every opportunity as the clear No. 1 option in the passing game, especially with Steven Sims (toe) having been ruled out Friday.
McLaurin (thigh) is expected to play Sunday against the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
McLaurin received the questionable tag after being unable to participate at Friday's practice, but the thigh injury has apparently progressed well heading into Sunday. Still, the 24-year-old's availability should be confirmed before the 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff given he'll likely need to go through a pre-game workout before getting cleared to play.
McLaurin (thigh), who is questionable for Sunday's game against Baltimore, was listed as a non-participant in Friday's practice.
Beat writers saw McLaurin doing some work on a side field, but he apparently didn't participate in the actual practice. It seems he hurt his thigh a day earlier, as he was a mid-week addition to the injury report, tabbed as a limited participant Thursday. McLaurin is shaping up as a game-time decision, at best, ahead of a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday. Meanwhile, fellow Washington wideout Steven Sims (toe) is officially ruled out, leaving Dontrelle Inman, Isaiah Wright, Cam Sims and Antonio Gandy-Golden as the team's healthy wide receivers.
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|2||Sun 09/20||@ ARI||L 15-30||7||125||17.9||26||1|
|3||Sun 09/27||@ CLE||L 20-34||4||83||20.8||33||0|
|4||Sun 10/04||vs BAL||L 17-31||10||118||11.8||39||0|
|5||Sun 10/11||vs LAR||L 10-30||3||26||8.7||12||0|
|6||Sun 10/18||@ NYG||L 19-20||7||74||10.6||20||0|
|7||Sun 10/25||vs DAL||W 25-3||7||90||12.9||52||1|
|9||Sun 11/08||vs NYG||L 20-23||7||115||16.4||68||1|
|10||Sun 11/15||@ DET||L 27-30||7||95||13.6||26||0|
|11||Sun 11/22||vs CIN||W 20-9||5||84||16.8||42||0|
|12||Thu 11/26||@ DAL||W 41-16||7||92||13.1||28||0|
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