ASHBURN, Va. (WDVM) — On Tuesday, Washington commanders took to the training ground for organized team activities.
Some players were not present. One of them is wide receiver Terry McLaurin, who is still in talks about a new contract.
McLaurin has been Washington’s leading receiver since entering the league in 2019, with more than 3,000 career receiving yards and 16 touchdowns.
After an offseason where some of the league’s best fumbles have been paid big, McLaurin is among the next batch of receivers waiting for their big contract.
McLaurin’s teammate Jonathan Allen spoke about the situation after practice on Tuesday.
“I see it from both points, both sides,” Allen said. “I will always help my players get their money when they deserve it, and I think Terry really deserves it. He has a great agent and Terry is a very down to earth guy, so he’s going to make the best decision for him. .