Commanders WR Terry McLaurin injured toe in preseason game vs. Ravens, X-rays negative.

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On Monday night, the Washington Commanders played a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens. During the first half of the game, the Washington Commanders allowed their first-team offence to play. However, towards the end of the second quarter, it appeared as though things had taken a turn for the worst. This was despite the fact that Sam Howell had thrown for nearly 200 yards and two touchdowns throughout the first half of the game.

Terry McLaurin, a wide receiver, appeared to suffer a foot injury when he caught a pass from Howell that was thrown over the middle, and he eventually smashed his shoe down on the sideline as he made his way off the field. After being checked over by the trainers, McLaurin was eventually led to the changing rooms.

After halftime, the team declared that McLaurin had sustained a toe injury and would not return. CBS Sports NFL Insider Josina Anderson, however, claimed that X-rays performed on McLaurin’s toe were negative.