The Injury Bug hasn’t left Redskins Park for years. Chase Roullier was ruled out earlier today, and Brandon Scherff is questionable. The other big name that showed up late on the injury report this week was rookie WR Terry McLaurin who suffered a hamstring injury in practice yesterday. He didn’t practice today and was also listed as questionable.
JP Finlay reports that McLaurin is dealing with a minor hamstring pull, and should play on Sunday vs the Giants in New Jersey. He was held out of practice today as a precaution. Gruden said that he would be a game-time decision which is probably still true. He and Scherff will test their injuries on Sunday morning before inactives are announced. If McLaurin can’t go, Robert Davis would get the start, and Trey Quinn could also see some snaps on the outside opposite Paul Richardson Jr.
Sources tell me that Redskins rookie WR Terry McLaurin should play Sunday vs Giants. Hamstring injury described as minor pull and holding him out of practice was precautionary.— JP Finlay (@JPFinlayNBCS) September 27, 2019