Posted: 6/21/2020 1:17 am UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin was one of four players to top 900 receiving yards on fewer than 100 targets in 2019.
Huddle Up: Despite poor quarterback play, McLaurin delivered a strong rookie campaign and became the No. 1 option in the Washington passing attack. If Dwayne Haskins can make strides in his second year under center, 1,000 yards and WR2 production could both be on tap for McLaurin in 2020.
Posted: 6/04/2020 11:32 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin had a success rate of 76 percent against man coverage and 79.7 percent against press coverage in 2019. Those ratings ranked in the 89th and 93rd percentile, respectively.
Huddle Up: McLaurin is the unquestioned No. 1 option in the Redskins' passing game. Questionable quarterback play could hold him back from reaching his full potential in 2020, but he should have little trouble filling requirements of a low-end WR2 in all fantasy formats.
Posted: 5/27/2020 1:33 am UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin hauled in 58 of 67 catchable targets and scored seven touchdowns as a rookie in 2019. Additionally, quarterbacks enjoyed a passer rating of 115.8 when throwing in his direction - the eighth-best passer rating for any receiver or tight end with at least 50 targets.
Posted: 5/23/2020 8:31 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin was graded by Pro Football Focus as the top rookie receiver in 2019.
Huddle Up: The third-round pick of the 2019 NFL Draft caught 58 of 93 targets for 919 yards and seven touchdowns as his team's clear No. 1 option. WR Antonio Gandy-Golden was added in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft to help draw off some defensive coverage, but a murky QB situation still makes McLaurin a slight risk in 2020 fantasy drafts. He's a low-end WR2 in redraft leagues.
Posted: 5/22/2020 5:12 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin was Pro Football Focus' second-highest graded wide receiver in 2019 on vertical routes.
Huddle Up: Despite missing two games, McLaurin finished 24th among all fantasy wideouts as a rookie. In 2020, he could easily finish as a solid WR2 with better QB play in D.C.
Posted: 4/12/2020 2:04 am UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin's 919 receiving yards in 2019 were 541 more than any other player on the team and 554 more than any other receiver.
Huddle Up: Not only did McLaurin turn in a strong rookie year despite lackluster quarterback play, but he did so while being the only dependable weapon in the passing attack. Consider him a WR3 with upside heading into 2020.
Posted: 12/27/2019 5:49 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin (concussion) on Friday, Dec. 27, was ruled out of the team's Week 17 game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Huddle Up: As feared, the rookie's stellar debut season has come to an early end, and his fantasy owners still playing will need to find a Week 17 replacement for his WR2 production.
Posted: 12/26/2019 6:32 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin (concussion) is not participating in practice Thursday, Dec. 26.
Huddle Up: No real surprise here as McLaurin just entered the concussion protocol Tuesday after reportedly suffering the injury late in Week 16. And while that casts much doubt over his Week 17 availability, we'll look for any signs of progress over the next few days.
Posted: 12/25/2019 10:21 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 25. The team did not practice Wednesday, and this is an estimation.
Huddle Up: The rookie is in the league's protocol and still has a chance to play in Week 17. Given the promising matchup, he belongs in lineups as a WR3 in the event he's on the field catching passes from Case Keenum.
Posted: 12/24/2019 7:58 pm UTC
Washington Redskins WR Terry McLaurin (concussion) was placed in the league's concussion protocol Tuesday, Dec. 24, after suffering a head injury late in the game in Week 16. He will be re-evaluated Thursday, Dec. 26.
Huddle Up: Even though it doesn't make much sense from a long-term perspective, it's conceivable the rookie will get a chance to play in a meaningless Week 17 game against the Dallas Cowboys in hopes he can reach 1,000 yards receiving. (He's 81 yards shy.) If he plays, he'll be catching passes from the same quarterback that fueled his early-season breakout in Case Keenum.