An MRI showed no significant damage to the ball of Washington Commanders wide receiver Terry McLaurin’s right foot, leaving the team optimistic about his availability for the regular season opener on Sept. 10. I confirmed a source with ESPN.
Terry McLaurin suffered a sprained toe in the second quarter of Monday’s 29-28 preseason win over the Baltimore Ravens. He underwent an X-ray at the stadium, which came back negative, and underwent an MRI on Tuesday.
After the game, Commanders head coach Ron Rivera said Terry McLaurin was being treated and considered on a daily basis. Washington hosts the Arizona Cardinals on September 10th. Terry McLaurin was involved in 35 consecutive games.
He injured his toe at the end of a 13-yard reception one minute and 17 seconds before halftime. Terry McLaurin immediately went to the bank, where he was attended to by medical staff before heading to the dressing room.
Terry McLaurin, a 2022 Pro Bowl selector, has surpassed 1,000 receiving yards in three straight seasons. Last season, he caught 77 passes for 1,191 yards and five scores. His receiving yards average (15.5) was the sixth-highest in the NFL.
The NFL Network was the first to report the results of his MRI.