Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Thu 10/28/21 1:43 PM

McLaurin (hamstring) practiced in full Thursday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was a late addition to Washington's Week 6 practice report due to a hamstring issue, which has followed him into Week 8 prep. Still, he's played the last two games en route to a combined 11-150-1 line on 20 targets against the Chiefs and Packers. With his hamstring injury seemingly not a concern, McLaurin will continue to act as the Football Team's No. 1 wide receiver Sunday in Denver.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Wed 10/27/21 6:09 PM

McLaurin was sidelined from Wednesday's practice by a hamstring injury, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was erroneously listed with an ankle issue earlier Wednesday, but the actual health concern is to the part of the body (hamstring) that has impacted his practice reps the last two weeks. His absence from the first session of Week 8 prep may be maintenance related, but his status nonetheless should be watched closely to ensure his availability isn't in peril for Sunday's game in Denver.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Wed 10/27/21 1:14 PM

McLaurin missed Wednesday's practice with an ankle injury, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin dealt with a minor hamstring injury the past two weeks, ultimately playing in both games and even putting up 7-122-1 in the second. Three days after his big performance in the loss to Green Bay, the star wideout was held out from practice with a new injury, though he did do some work on a side field with the training staff, per John Keim of ESPN.com. A return to practice Thursday or Friday would confirm the ankle injury is minor and potentially allow McLaurin to suit up for Sunday's game in Denver. Fellow Washington wideouts Curtis Samuel (groin) and Dyami Brown (knee) also missed Wednesday's practice, while Cam Sims (hamstring) made his first appearance since Week 4.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/24/21 5:53 PM

McLaurin notched seven receptions on 12 targets for 122 yards and one touchdown against Green Bay on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin had his hamstring injury designation removed Friday, and if his production against the Packers is any indication, the issue really was a thing of the past. McLaurin produced 45.5 percent of Washington's receiving yardage on the day on just over 32 percent of the targets. By now McLaurin is a proven, time-tested candidate to carry a disproportionately large share of the Washington passing game even while drastically outplaying the efficiency levels of his teammates. Washington heads to Denver on Sunday for their Week 8 matchup, and the Broncos better hope they have their secondary in order by then.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 10/22/21 1:06 PM

McLaurin (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Green Bay, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was a Friday addition to the injury report last week, but he ultimately played 95 percent of the snaps in a 31-13 loss to the Chiefs and caught only four of eight targets for 28 yards. Washington will need more from him to have a shot at pulling off the upset at Lambeau Field this Sunday, and while it's a tough spot for the team overall, McLaurin faces a beatable cornerback group with no Jaire Alexander (shoulder), who is on injured reserve.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 10/22/21 11:44 AM

McLaurin (hamstring) is participating in position drills at Friday's practice, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was a limited participant at Thursday's session, and he looks to be working in that capacity again Friday, at a minimum. The 26-year-old had 25 catches for 354 yards and three touchdowns across the first four games of the season, but he has only eight receptions for 74 yards and zero scores over his past two contests. McLaurin started off this week not practicing, though he now seems on track to play Sunday at Green Bay after participating in two straight sessions.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Thu 10/21/21 2:07 PM

McLaurin (hamstring) was limited at Thursday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin wasn't added to Washington's Week 6 injury report until Friday as a non-participant due to a hamstring issue. He was able to gut it out this past Sunday against the Chiefs, but despite playing 95 percent of the offensive snaps he hauled in four of eight targets for a season-low 28 yards. Now, during Week 7 prep, McLaurin kicked it off with an absence Wednesday, likely to manage the aforementioned health concern. He'll have one more chance to put in a full session Friday, at which point the Football Team could give him a designation for Sunday's game at Green Bay.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Thu 10/21/21 12:23 PM

McLaurin (hamstring) resumed practicing Thursday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin didn't practice Wednesday, but his return to the field for Thursday's session suggests that his absence could have been maintenance-related. Washington's upcoming injury report will reveal McLaurin's official participation level, though the wideout likely will need to practice fully by the end of the week in order to avoid a Week 7 injury designation.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Wed 10/20/21 1:53 PM

McLaurin didn't practice Wednesday due to a hamstring injury, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was a late addition to Washington's Week 6 injury report due to a hamstring issue, but it didn't stop him from playing his usual allotment of snaps en route to a season-low 28 receiving yards this past Sunday against the Chiefs. Washington is likely managing McLaurin's health to ensure he's OK for game day, but his status nonetheless should be watched to make sure he's good to go for Sunday's contest at Green Bay.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/17/21 7:19 PM

McLaurin recorded four receptions on eight targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 31-13 loss to Kansas City.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was questionable for the contest with a hamstring injury, and it's possible he was still bothered by the issue. Washington also failed to get any offense going, as Taylor Heinicke passed for just 182 yards and one touchdown. McLaurin has now been held quiet for consecutive games, though he has racked up 19 targets in that span. That provides some hope that he can rebound in Week 7 against the Packers.