Washington's Terry McLaurin (leg) heads to locker room during second preseason game

Washington Commanders wideout Terry McLaurin (leg) was escorted to the locker room by the team's training staff during Monday's preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens.

What It Means:

McLaurin seemed to be limping after making a catch in the first half of Monday's preseason game, but was able to walk to the locker room under his own power. His night is surely over, but hopefully the stud wideout was able to avoid suffering any sort of injury that could carry over into the regular season.

McLaurin looked to already have strong chemistry with new starter Sam Howell, reeling in 3 catches for 39 yards in just under a half of action. He is numberFire's WR26 for the upcoming season and could outperform those projections if Howell exceeds expectations.