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.
McLaurin (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Patriots.
The Redskins again took their decision with McLaurin's availability down to the wire, but on this occasion he'll be available to the offense. Because he was considered "50-50" to suit up by coach Jay Gruden, it'll be interesting to see what kind of workload he can handle. When he was available Weeks 1, 2 and 3, McLaurin played at least 89 percent of the offensive snaps each time on his way to a 16-257-3 line on 24 targets with Case Keenum under center. McLaurin will be working with Colt McCoy this time around with Keenum inactive due to a lingering foot injury.
McLaurin (hamstring) is expected to play Sunday versus the Patriots, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Back from a one-game absence, McLaurin will be working with a new signal-caller in Colt McCoy. When he was taking the NFL by storm to the tune of 16 catches (on 24 targets) for 257 yards and three touchdowns through his first three career contests, McLaurin was on the receiving end of passes from Case Keenum, so it'll be interesting to see how the new duo clicks.
McLaurin (hamstring), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots, is being treated as a game-time decision, Craig Hoffman of 106-7 The Fan Washington reports.
The hamstring issue prevented the rookie from playing in the Week 4 loss to the Giants, but the Redskins are optimistic that he'll be able to suit up Sunday, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Before his availability is confirmed, however, McLaurin will be subjected to a pre-game workout to ensure his hamstring isn't an issue. Confirmation on his status will come 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. EDT kickoff, when the Redskins will release their inactive list.
McLaurin (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New England, with coach Jay Gruden labeling the wide receiver as "50-50" to play, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Ruled out in a game-time decision last week, McLaurin was a limited participant in practice the past three days, setting up another game-time call in Week 5. He'll work with Colt McCoy if he ends up playing, as the Redskins are making a quarterback change for Sunday's matchup against the stout New England pass defense. It's a difficult spot for the entire Washington offense, but anyone interested in using McLaurin in a Week 5 lineup should have a final decision when inactive lists are released before Sunday's 1 p.m. EDT kickoff.
McLaurin (hamstring) is going through drills at Friday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
McLaurin may be headed for another game-time decision Sunday against New England, after he was held out last week versus the Giants. He was a limited practice participant Wednesday and Thursday, with no report of any setback with his hamstring. Washington's final injury report will be available later Friday.
McLaurin (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Craig Hoffman of 106-7 The Fan Washington reports.
For a second consecutive day, McLaurin's reps were capped as the Redskins prepare for Sunday's game against the Patriots. His listing on Friday's injury report will reveal his odds to do so. If McLaurin misses another game, Kelvin Harmon should scoop up many of his vacant offensive snaps.
McLaurin (hamstring) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Ben Standig of The Athletic repots.
McLaurin wasn't able to suit up during Sunday's loss to the Giants, but his involvement in the first practice of Week 5 offers hope that he'll be back in action this weekend versus the Patriots. In order to bolster his odds of avoiding a designation heading into the matchup with New England, McLaurin will likely to upgrade to full participation in practice Thursday and/or Friday.
McLaurin (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
McLaurin was held out of Sunday's loss to the Giants due to a hamstring injury sustained in last Thursday's session. While he was going through individual drills to kick off Week 5 prep, his activity level won't be known until the release of the Redskins' first injury report later in the day.
McLaurin (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's road game against the Giants, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
In a surprise, the Redskins will exercise caution with their star rookie wide receiver, who picked up a hamstring injury at Thursday's practice. McLaurin's absence will open the door for Kelvin Harmon and Robert Davis to take advantage of a Giants defense that has allowed a league-worst 17.8 yards per catch to wide receivers this season.
The Redskins view McLaurin (hamstring) as a game-time decision Sunday against the Giants but are optimistic that he'll play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
McLaurin was a surprise addition to Washington's injury report Thursday, but Rapoport notes that the rookie wideout's hamstring issue is considered a minor one. With that in mind, McLaurin is expected to suit up and should take on his normal allotment of snaps, though his availability won't be officially confirmed until Washington releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. EDT kickoff. Fantasy managers will want to check back at that time and confirm that he's in fact active before inserting him into lineups.
McLaurin (hamstring) should be able to play Sunday against the Giants, according to JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington.
Even with the optimistic report, McLaurin's availability is far from a given after he injured his hamstring at Thursday's practice. He was a non-participant Friday and was listed as questionable on the final injury report, likely setting up a game-time decision for Sunday. Washington will release its Week 4 inactive list around 11:30 a.m. ET on Sunday.
McLaurin (hamstring) is listed as questionable on the final injury report, setting up a game-time decision for Sunday's road contest against the Giants, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
McLaurin was held out of practice Friday after he hurt his hamstring during Thursday's session. The timing of the injury presents a challenge for the rookie wideout, while the timing of Sunday's kickoff (1:00 p.m. ET) at least gives fantasy owners a fair chance to respond. An absence would leave more targets for Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn, with either Kelvin Harmon, Robert Davis or Steven Sims taking on McLaurin's vacated snaps.
McLaurin (hamstring) isn't participating in the media-access portion of Friday's practice, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
McLaurin was listed as a limited participant Thursday after he injured his hamstring in practice. A Friday absence puts him in serious doubt for Sunday's game against the Giants, with Paul Richardson and Trey Quinn next in line to take on the vacated targets, while Kelvin Harmon, Robert Davis or Steven Sims would replace McLaurin in three-wide formations. Another update will be available Friday afternoon when Washington releases its final injury report.
Coach Jay Gruden said McLaurin was a limited participant during Thursday's practice due to a hamstring injury, Craig Hoffman of 106-7 The Fan Washington reports. "I sure hope not," Gruden said, when asked if the rookie is in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Giants.
McLaurin didn't appear Wednesday on Washington's initial Week 4 injury report, suggesting he likely picked up the hamstring issue at some point during Thursday's session. The fact that Gruden didn't exactly downplay McLaurin's injury is somewhat worrisome, but the wideout could erase some concern about his availability for the weekend by taking part in Friday's session in some capacity. McLaurin has already emerged as Washington's top receiver three games into his NFL career, hauling in 16 of 24 targets for 257 yards and three scores.
McLaurin caught six of eight targets for 70 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 31-15 loss to the Bears.
McLaurin added to his awesome start as a pro, becoming the first player in league history to catch at least five passes and a touchdown in each of his opening three games. The rookie speedster's latest trip to the end zone came on a contested 15-yard catch down the seam during the third quarter. Although Monday's outcome should only bring more questions regarding Case Keenum's status as starting quarterback, he's at least displayed a strong connection with McLaurin, who now sports 16 receptions on 24 targets for 257 yards and three scores.
McLaurin caught five of nine targets for 62 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Cowboys.
McLaurin led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards while topping off his performance with a one-yard touchdown grab in the final minutes of the game. Although the majority of his production came with his team trailing significantly, he still stepped up to pace Washington's pass-catchers while finding the end zone for the second straight week. McLaurin, who has totaled 187 yards on 10 catches (16 targets) over his first two NFL contests, will look to keep it rolling next Monday at home against the Bears.
McLaurin caught five of seven targets for 125 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 32-27 loss to the Eagles.
McLaurin's NFL career got off to a brilliant start as he got behind the Philadelphia defense and raced in for a 69-yard touchdown in the second quarter. He nearly made a similar play later on in the game but was unable to haul the pass in. Still, it was a memorable performance for McLaurin, who rose quickly up the depth chart after he was selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. This type of output shouldn't be expected each week, though he should certainly be one of the most-targeted Washington players during next Sunday's home matchup against Dallas.
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