Washington Commanders Terry McLaurin a minicamp holdout

The Washington Commanders’ focus is on star receiver Terry McLaurin and his expected high flyer from the team’s mandatory mini-camp.

WASHINGTON — Locked On NFL joins the Locked On Commanders podcast as it focuses on star receiver Terry McLaurin and his anticipated heist from the team’s mandatory mini-camp, which begins Tuesday.

What does the Commanders look like without McLaurin, and how does the team’s history play into what’s happening now?

Also, we’re looking at the NFC East and trying to stack the division ahead of a big hurdle as three of the teams have key quarterback questions.

Watch or listen to the Locked On Washington Commanders Podcast:

Washington Commanders schedule:

Here’s a closer look at the Season of Commanders.

The team hopes to take charge in the first game of the season on Sept. 11 at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars, last year’s bottoms.

Week 2 they travel to Detroit. Then, in Week 3, Washington hosts rival Philadelphia. The Eagles come in with some highly acclaimed rookies and a big offseason acquisition in AJ Brown. They will take on their former QB at FedExField.

Week 4 takes place in Jerry’s World and faces the Cowboys. It should be noted that the first four games of the season are all 1 p.m. Sunday games.

Then, in week 5, Washington will be heading to Tennessee right here on WUSA9. This game is also scheduled for 1 p.m

Exciting times for Commanders lineman Charles Leno in Week 6. He returns to Chicago for Thursday Night Football, where he spent seven seasons with the Bears. Leno tweeted that he “can’t wait”.

Week 7 brings Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers to town.

In week 8, the commanders travel to Indianapolis. Yes, Carson Wentz has to play at his former team’s stadium twice this season. The first stop against the Colts.

Another former Commanders quarterback returns for a visit in Week 9. Kirk Cousins ​​returns to FedEx with the Minnesota Vikings.

Week 10 is the big City of Brotherly Love reunion game for Wentz, and it’s primetime, Monday Night Football.

Week 11, Commanders travel to Houston.

In week 12, the Commanders host Atlanta. One of her big wins last season came at Peach State.

In Week 13, the Commanders finally get a look at another division nemesis: the New York Giants.

The team’s departure comes late in the year in week 14. After their departure, they play the Giants again. The first half of December is all about New York.

A special holiday game for week 16. The Commanders kicks off on December 24th at 4:05am Eastern Time in San Francisco. It’s a Saturday, so Washington has Christmas Day off, and if you’re not making the vacation trip west, you can catch the game right here on WUSA9.

Washington starts the new year with the Browns at home, 1 p.m. on New Year’s Day.

At the end of the regular season, the Commanders host the Dallas Cowboys. The time is TBD and so is the day, either January 7th or 8th.

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