McLaurin (concussion) has been working out in Virginia with teammates Dwayne Haskins, Steven Sims and Kelvin Harmon, Zach Selby of the Redskins' official site reports.
Each of the four was a rookie last season and a key part of the Washington passing game late in the year. McLaurin, of course, was by far the most impressive of the bunch, putting up 409 yards and five touchdowns through his first five games en route to finishing the year with 919 receiving yards in 14 appearances. He missed Week 17 with a concussion, but there hasn't been any suggestion that the head injury impacted his offseason routine. While Sims and Harmon may need to battle for roles during training camp, McLaurin appears locked in as the No. 1 receiver under new offensive coordinator Scott Turner.
McLaurin (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Dallas, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
McLaurin hasn't been able to practice since he suffered a concussion in the late stages of a Week 16 overtime loss to the Giants. He'll thus finish his rookie campaign with 58 catches for 919 yards and seven touchdowns on 93 targets in 14 games, producing a 62.4 percent catch rate and 9.9 yards per target in a Washington offense that's completed 63.3 percent of its passes for 6.8 yards per attempt. McLaurin managed the impressive stat line despite struggling with drops and battling a hamstring injury early in the season. Look for Cam Sims or Darvin Kidsy to join Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims Jr. in three-wide formations during Sunday's regular-season finale against Dallas.
McLaurin (concussion) wasn't spotted at Friday's practice, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan Washington reports.
It's possible McLaurin could get some work in behind the scenes later in the day, but he'll likely go down as a non-participant on the Redskins' injury report for the third day in a row. The rookie wideout doesn't look like he'll be available for Sunday's game in Dallas.
McLaurin (concussion) was listed as a non-participant in Thursday's practice.
Per Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic, Washington hasn't ruled McLaurin out for their Week 17 matchup with the Cowboys, as the team is instead viewing the rookie as day-to-day while he remains in the concussion protocol. That being said, McLaurin would likely need to return to practice in at least a limited fashion Friday to have a realistic shot at suiting up Sunday. Washington would likely rely more heavily on Steven Sims, Kelvin Harmon and Cam Sims as the primary options in three-receiver sets if its top target is sidelined for the team's season finale.
McLaurin (concussion) wasn't present at team stretches prior to Thursday's practice, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
It's difficult for any player to get through the concussion protocol in one week, and another absence from McLaurin on Thursday would put him behind the eight ball for an appearance Sunday at Dallas. Thursday's injury report will reveal whether or not the rookie wide receiver got in any on-field work.
McLaurin (concussion) was listed as a non-participant Wednesday on the Redskins' estimated practice report, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Washington's decision not to label McLaurin as a limited or full participant on their first report of Week 17 suggests the receiver has yet to take a notable step forward in the NFL's five-step concussion protocol. The head injury spelled an early end to McLaurin's day in Sunday's 41-35 overtime loss to the Giants, but he made his mark earlier in the game with seven receptions for 86 yards on nine targets. The Redskins will see how McLaurin progresses over the next couple of days before assessing his odds of playing in this weekend's season finale versus the Cowboys.
McLaurin has been placed in the league's concussion protocol, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
McLaurin didn't practice Tuesday, and the reason for his absence wasn't known at the time. It's not clear what type of symptoms McLaurin is dealing with, but he'll need to clear the protocol in order to play Week 17, and Washington figures to proceed with caution given that the team has nothing to play for but draft position.
McLaurin (undisclosed) wasn't present at Tuesday's unofficial practice, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
According to Standig, McLaurin was "dinged [up] late" during a Week 16 overtime loss to the Giants. Washington didn't get the ball during the extra session, so McLaurin's last play was a five-yard catch just after the two-minute warning. No injury has been mentioned in the wake of the contest, and because the team won't release a practice report until Wednesday, his health likely won't be touched on until that point.
McLaurin caught seven of nine targets for 86 yards during Sunday's 41-35 loss to the Giants.
McLaurin finished second on the team in targets while pacing the group in receptions and receiving yards. He broke off a long gain of 34 yards and thrived even though Case Keenum split time under center with Dwayne Haskins. McLaurin is now over 900 receiving yards for the season and will look to cap an impressive rookie campaign next Sunday against a beatable Eagles pass defense.
McLaurin caught all five of his targets for 130 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-27 loss to Philadelphia.
McLaurin got behind the defense for a 75-yard touchdown late in the first quarter. That was the outstanding rookie's seventh touchdown of the season, as McLaurin has demonstrated a tremendous combination of ball skills and speed. His 130 receiving yards set a new career high, surpassing the 125 yards McLaurin posted against these same Eagles back in Week 1. McLaurin will take a two-game touchdown streak into a Week 16 matchup against a vulnerable Giants secondary.
McLaurin secured four of seven targets for 57 yards and a touchdown in the Redskins' 20-15 loss to the Packers on Sunday.
McLaurin led the Redskins in receiving yardage with his modest total, and he found the end zone for the first time since Week 6 against the Dolphins with an acrobatic one-handed grab in tight coverage. Despite dealing with plenty of instability and inexperience at the quarterback position, McLaurin has at least Sunday's 57 receiving yards in three of the last four contests, and his production against the Packers pushed him over the 700-yard mark for the campaign. McLaurin will look to build on Sunday's effort in a Week 15 divisional battle versus the Eagles.
McLaurin caught two of four targets for eight yards during Sunday's 29-21 win over the Panthers.
Although his team pulled off a terrific road victory, McLaurin was limited to one reception that gained 11 yards and another that lost three. This dud performance comes at an unfortunate time for owners of McLaurin, who had totaled 141 receiving yards on 16 targets over his last two games. The talented rookie will look to get back on track next Sunday against the Packers.
McLaurin caught five of 12 targets for 72 yards during Sunday's 19-16 win over the Lions.
McLaurin's 12 targets set a season high. Though he doesn't hold quite the same value as he did earlier this season when veteran Case Keenum was lofting up passes to him in the end zone, the rookie is still Washington's most consistent pass-catcher and has rapport with fellow rookie Buckeye Dwayne Haskins. That was on display in the closing seconds of Sunday's win, when, facing third down, Haskins drove a 17-yard pass down the field to McLaurin, setting up the game-winning field goal. Sunday brings a tough matchup against a quality Panthers pass defense, but McLaurin is still a solid play despite Washington's offensive struggles due to his locked-in target volume and downfield prowess.
McLaurin caught three of four targets for 69 receiving yards during Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Jets.
The rookie receiver out of Ohio State is a big play waiting to happen and did not disappoint Week 11 against New York's bottom-10 pass defense, flashing with 20- and 41-yard receptions on the afternoon. McLaurin also had a 67-yard catch on Washington's third offensive drive of the day, but the gain was wiped out by a holding penalty on Brandon Scherff. While he had been held under 55 receiving yards in three straight outings prior to Week 11, expectations for McLaurin should remain high heading into a matchup against a Detroit defense that surrendered three passing touchdowns and 444 yards through the air to Dallas on Sunday.
McLaurin hauled in four of six targets and accounted for 39 receiving yards during Sunday's 24-9 loss to the Bills.
The rookie wideout accounted for at least 51 receiving yards in each of his first five appearances of the year while scoring five times. However, over the past three weeks against San Francisco, Minnesota and Buffalo, he's managed only three catches per game for an average output of 29.7 yards. Washington's offense has been stuck in the mud, and McLaurin's production has been stifled as a result, with the Redskins now having gone 13 consecutive quarters without reaching the end zone. Following the Week 10 bye, McLaurin and the Washington offense will return to the field against a Jets defense that has given up 26-plus points in five of it past six appearances.
McLaurin secured four of six targets for 39 yards in the Redskins' 19-9 loss to the Vikings on Thursday.
McLaurin's modest totals nevertheless served as team bests across the board, as the entire air attack was significantly hamstrung in the second half with Dwayne Haskins taking over for Case Keenum (concussion). McLaurin now has back-to-back quiet games, but the weather (Week 7) and the gameplan (Week 8) have had a significant part to play in the downturn. McLaurin will look to bounce back in another game that could have less-than-ideal circumstances, a Week 9 road matchup versus the Bills a week from Sunday.
McLaurin caught one of two targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 9-0 loss to the 49ers.
With a steady rain coming down and interim Washington coach Bill Callahan electing to keep the ball on the ground as much as possible, McLaurin simply didn't get an opportunity to make an impact -- Case Keenum attempted only 12 passes all afternoon. It's the first time all season the rookie receiver has failed to record at least 50 yards receiving, and he'll look to rebound in Week 8 on the road against the Vikings.
McLaurin caught four of seven targets for 100 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's 17-16 win over Miami.
McLaurin was the difference in Sunday's game against a depleted Miami secondary. He put Washington on the board early in the second quarter with a deep, out-breaking route for a 25-yard touchdown and then just dashed straight up the sideline for a 33-yard score early in the third quarter. All eyes are on Dwayne Haskins in Washington, but it's the other rookie Buckeye that has been among the team's brightest young stars. McLaurin has five touchdowns in five games, but Week 7 features a tough matchup against a hot 49ers team.
McLaurin may have more room to operate in Sunday's game in Miami with Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard (knee) sidelined, Mike Clay of ESPN.com reports.
In his four appearances this season, McLaurin has seen no fewer than seven targets while surpassing 50 yards on each occasion. The Dolphins defense has allowed 15.3 yards per catch and seven TDs to opposing wide receivers through four games, meaning the rookie has a prime opportunity to go off yet again.
McLaurin (hamstring) caught three of seven targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 33-7 loss to the Redskins.
McLaurin was by far the best aerial option for Washington in this one, with nobody else recording more than 17 receiving yards. The rookie finally was kept out of the end zone after scoring a touchdown in each of his first three games played, but he gets an excellent opportunity to get back into the end zone Week 6 against a Dolphins team that's allowing a whopping 40.8 points per game.
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