Commanders’ wide receiver Terry McLaurin is reportedly managing a toe sprain according to the initial assessment provided by sources. The injury, which occurred during the recent game and is commonly referred to as turf toe, is not believed to be excessively severe. However, an MRI is scheduled for today to accurately gauge the complete scope of the injury. Encouragingly, the results of the MRI are positive, as sources indicate a hopeful outlook for Terry McLaurin’s availability in Week 1. The situation is more characterized as day-to-day, as the scans reveal no significant major injury.
Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter