Report: Terry McLaurin will play on Thanksgiving despite being listed as questionable
Washington Football Team fans may have panicked a little on Wednesday afternoon when the final injury report was released, revealing that star-wide receiver Terry McLaurin was considered questionable for Thursday's game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Rest assured, it appears McLaurin will be playing, according to a report from ESPN's John Keim. McLaurin had a stellar game against the Cincinnati Bengals a few days ago but has dealt with an ankle injury through the light work the team put in this week in preparation for their first national televised game this season.
Keim also reported that we don't yet know when Deshazor Everett's safety will return to the field. It was so at home that he may have been able to play this week after training in limited capacity shortly after an ankle sprain just over a week ago, but he was banned from Thursday's game. Keim reports that there is no guarantee that we will see him in the field next week.
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