Washington commanders wide receiver Terry McLaughlin is the focus of other NFL teams.
According to the Athletic, the teams are monitoring his contractual status in Washington “if an opening appears to be to get McLaurin.”
The 26-year-old and the commander are reportedly hoping to spearhead an expansion talks around the NFL Draft, which takes place April 28-30. Reportedly, both sides expect a June or July resolution.
During last week’s NFL Owners meetings, Washington Head Coach Ron Rivera said calls about Commander Mac Lauren “don’t go well.”
“I think the biggest thing is just [telling] Have patience, everyone, “said Rivera. “We have plenty of time. We are building things as an organization. We are ready for all these things.
McLaurin is entering the final year of its four-year contract that includes a salary of $ 2.79 million to $ 2022 million, including a cap hit of $ 3.04 million. But he can demand a lot of money. In the current market, the first option is a wide receiver in which Mega Deals is widely available.
The Ohio State product is coming off its second consecutive 1,000-yard season – and has been producing since arriving in Washington in 2019, playing with eight different starting quarterbacks today.
If McLaurin and the commander fail to reach a contract extension, the team can franchise him for the 2023 season – which will result in Washington paying $ 20.16 million to the receiver.
McLaurin closed his future open in January, telling the athlete, “We just have to see what the future holds. I’m proud that I did it my way and look forward to moving on.
Although McLaurin is no Davante Adams or Tyreek Hill when it comes to receiver pools, the Packers and Chiefs can use his ability. The Falcons also need recipients, following Calvin Ridley’s full-season gambling suspension in 2022, and Russell Gage’s exit to Tampa Bay last month.
McLaurin has recorded Washington had 222 receptions, 3,090 receiving yards and 16 touchdowns in his three seasons.