NFL Insider Reveals Definitive Terry McLaurin Minicamp Update

The Washington Commanders are in a bad spot with wide receiver Terry McLaurin.

He is already in the final year of his rookie contract, earning him a base salary of $2.7 million.

Unfortunately, he is not eligible for a fifth-year option because he was selected in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Despite hearing his name called on day two, the former Ohio State standout played like a player worthy of the first round.

After 919 yards in his rookie year, McLaurin had 1,118 and 1,053 in the next two seasons.

He also had 222 receptions and 16 touchdowns in three years.

Those numbers are worthy of a huge contract extension, which Washington is struggling to complete.

Still, McLaurin hasn’t agreed to a second contract with the NFC East squad.

Worst yet, he is putting pressure on the squad by not reporting to a mandatory activity.


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