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Redskins Rookie WR Terry McLaurin Questionable for Sunday’s Game vs Giants

Redskins rookie wide receiver Terry McLaurin is questionable for Sunday’s NFC East matchup against the New York Giants according to John Keim of ESPN.

McLaurin is shaping up as a true gametime decision after reportedly injuring his hamstring at Thursday’s practice. Midweek downgrades are never a good sign and McLaurin was unable to practice on Friday. The third-round pick out of Ohio State has been an absolute stud in an otherwise bleak Redskins offense and is the first player in 35 years to begin his career with three straight games of at least 60 yards and a touchdown.

If McLaurin cannot suit up, Paul Richardson would take over as the Redskins’ No. 1 outside target, while second-year slot receiver Trey Quinn could also feasibly see his targets rise. A mix of Robert Davis/Kelvin Harmon/Steve Sims would rotate as the third WR in 3-WR sets with McLaurin out.


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