Tagged: Terry McLaurin (11 Results)
Around the NFL: Kelvin Harmon
Free agent receivers Antonio Brown, Josh Gordon, Demaryius Thomas and Terrelle Pryor are looking for teams. They may want to call Washington; that team just lost a wide receiver who might have been a starter for them. more »
Ian Allan: Sophomore slump?
Who’s up for a second-year receiver? There were a bunch of rookie pass catchers who had big seasons last year. How much improvement (if any) should be expected from these guys? more »
McLaurin excited about Haskins’ potential in 2020
Washington wide receiver TERRY MCLAURIN said that second-year quarterback DWAYNE HASKINS “looks really good” as he prepares to lead the team into the 2020 season. Haskins has worked hard during the offseason, and McLaurin could benefit as his lead receiver coming off a successful rookie year.
Factoid: Rookie receivers
It was a good year for rookie receivers. Three of them went for 900-plus yards, and three others also have very bright futures. Overall, a much deep group than what’s typically seen. more »
McLaurin remains in concussion protocol
Washington rookie wide receiver TERRY MCLAURIN is still in the concussion protocol and is likely to miss Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. If McLaurin misses Sunday’s game, he also misses the chance to break the team’s rookie receiving record and get to 1,000 yards.
Source: Team Blog
Dynasty Leagues: Long-term WR rankings
When I look at the rookie receivers, I don’t see a standout player. I see a top tier of four players: Hollywood Brown, Terry McLaurin and the two Mississippi guys – DK Metcalf and A.J. Brown. If I were walking into a dynasty draft today, I would be torn between those guys. more »
Dynasty Leagues: Wide receiver rankings
Halfway through the season, I don’t see a rookie wide receiver I’m confident will turn into an elite, top-shelf player. (At the receiver position, that top tier is filled with guys who can be counted on to regularly challenge for 100-plus catches and double-digit touchdowns.) But I do see four that I think will be pretty good. more »
Ian Allan: Thursday night recap
Coming into the Thursday night game, I saw Washington as the NFC’s version of Miami – a punching bag – but they’re not that bad. They were competitive in this game, and they were able to hang around against San Francisco on Sunday. more »
Podcast: October 24 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now
Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 7 of the NFL regular season and preview Washington's Thursday night visit to Minnesota. Sponsored by DraftKings. more »
Ask the Experts: Which 2019 rookie will have the best career?
ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Now that you've had a chance to see most of them, which 2019 rookie do you believe will have the best career? more »
Podcast: September 17 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now
Aaron Bland and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 2 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RotoWire. more »More stories