Terry McLaurin (hamstring) ruled out Week 4 for Washington versus Giants
Washington Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) is inactive for Week 4 against the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon.
McLaurin's hamstring injury is said to be minor, so he could be back as soon as Week 5. Trey Quinn and Paul Richardson will take on larger roles in a plus matchup with McLaurin sidelined. Chris Thompson and Vernon Davis could also be targeted more.
The Giants are giving up the 2nd-most FanDuel points per game to opposing wide receivers this season.
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