Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/17/21 11:36 AM

McLaurin (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin was a late addition to Washington's Week 6 injury report, as the team opted to hold him out of Friday's session due to the hamstring issue. Head coach Ron Rivera suggested McLaurin's lack of participation Friday was precautionary more than anything, and now that he's avoided the inactive list, the wideout should fill his normal role as quarterback Taylor Heinicke's top target.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/17/21 2:06 AM

McLaurin (hamstring), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Chiefs, is expected to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin missed Friday's practice due to a hamstring injury, but coach Ron Rivera said it was due to an "abundance of caution" rather than a significant injury. Still, check his status before the 1 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sat 10/16/21 5:30 PM

John Keim of ESPN.com reports McLaurin is "feeling good" after injuring his hamstring Friday. The third-year wide receiver is currently listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Chiefs.
EDGE Analysis
It's hardly much to go on, but any positive news is something to report given McLaurin's injury occurred during Friday's practice, putting his status for Sunday somewhat in doubt. Washington did elevate wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden ahead of the aforementioned matchup, but the team has already ruled out both Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (hamstring), while Dyami Brown (knee) is also listed as questionable, so it's hardly a one-for-one replacement. If McLaurin is able to play, the speedy target figures to be set for a massive workload given the Chiefs' below-average pass defense and what figures to be an offensive onslaught from both sides.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 10/15/21 1:50 PM

McLaurin (hamstring) should be able to play this Sunday, despite being added to the injury report Friday and listed as questionable for a matchup with Kansas City, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
EDGE Analysis
Speaking after Friday's practice, coach Ron Rivera said it was an "abundance of caution" that led to McLaurin being held out of the session and added to the injury report. It actually was a hamstring injury that caused McLaurin's absence, but perhaps just a minor one given Rivera's attempt to downplay it. Still, the timing and missed practice create concern, and fantasy managers should be prepared for multiple scenarios even if McLaurin appears better than 50/50 to suit up ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 10/15/21 12:50 PM

McLaurin is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs after missing Friday's practice with a new hamstring injury, Matthew Paras of The Washington Times reports.
EDGE Analysis
It's the first time he's been listed on the injury report this year, two days before a game against the defending AFC champs. That's far from ideal, obviously, for an injury-riddled Washington offense that's already missing WR Curtis Samuel (groin), WR Cam Sims (hamstring) and TE Logan Thomas (IR/hamstring), not to mention QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (IR/hip) and two O-line starters (RT Samuel Cosmi, RG Brandon Scherff). Even rookie wideout Dyami Brown (knee) is listed as questionable, leaving Adam Humphries, DeAndre Carter and Dax Milne as the healthy wide receivers on Washington's roster. McLaurin likely will need to be treated as a game-time decision heading into Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 10/15/21 12:09 PM

McLaurin spent time with the training staff during Friday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
EDGE Analysis
It doesn't necessarily mean he's injured, but multiple beat writers have mentioned it. They also said that McLaurin rejoined his teammates on the main field at Friday's practice, so it remains to be seen if he's even listed on the injury report. He wasn't listed Wednesday or Thursday and hasn't missed any practice time yet this season.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/10/21 6:51 PM

McLaurin caught four of 11 targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 33-22 loss to the Saints.
EDGE Analysis
The third-year wideout was Taylor Heinicke's favorite option on the day once again, but he wasn't able to do much with the volume as the New Orleans secondary made a point of not letting McLaurin beat them. The yardage was a season low, but he's seen double-digit targets in three of Heinicke's four starts heading into a potentially juicy Week 6 clash with Kansas City.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 10/3/21 5:32 PM

McLaurin caught six of 13 targets for 123 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 34-30 win over the Falcons.
EDGE Analysis
McLaurin hauled in fewer than half of the balls thrown his way but made the most out of his catches. He got Washington on the board with a 33-yard touchdown in the second quarter, then scored the first of two Washington touchdowns in the final four minutes of the fourth from 17 yards out. After watching his touchdown total plummet from seven as a rookie to four last season, the third-year wide receiver out of Ohio State has already scored three times through four games. McLaurin will have a tricky matchup against standout Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore in Week 5 but should continue to get plenty of attention from quarterback Taylor Heinicke.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Sun 9/26/21 7:05 PM

McLaurin brought in four of seven targets for 62 yards in Washington's 43-21 loss to the Bills on Sunday.
EDGE Analysis
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.

Terry McLaurin
WR WAS (14)
Fri 9/17/21 12:14 AM

McLaurin secured 11 of 14 targets for 107 yards and a touchdown in Washington's 30-29 win over the Giants on Thursday night.
EDGE Analysis
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 battle versus the Bills a week from Sunday with plenty of momentum.